Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” brilliantly reimagined as acapella by Jared Halley

Jared Halley is a fantastic singer who is truly a one-man show! His acapella performance of pop songs dazzles the Internet. This time, Jared tackles the hit Neil Diamond song ‘Sweet Caroline.’

Jared produces 12 boxes that all feature him. He’s dressed alike in each box, and when he isn’t singing, he does some fun-loving dances in the squares. He sings all the harmonies.

Jared even gets to sing the famous horn line from the song, jamming out after the hook sings ‘Sweet Caroline.’ Jared hits the iconic ‘Ba, ba, ba’ before the line ‘Good times never felt so good!’

‘Sweet Caroline’ was written by the legendary Neil Diamond and released in 1969. Diamond dominated the charts in the 70s and 80s with multiple hit songs. He sold over 130 million records worldwide.

His ten number 1 singles include the hits, ‘Cracklin’ Rosie,’ ‘Song Sung Blue,’ ‘America,’ and ‘Heartlight.’ Diamond appeared in the 1980 film ‘The Jazz Singer.’ Neil Diamond is a superstar, and Jared Halley channels that popstar energy into this performance.

The upbeat tune will get your toes tapping. Jared doesn’t include any instruments on the recording, and he sings acapella. His voice carries the tune, and his consistent tone and tight harmonies make it a joy to listen to.

Over the years, many artists have covered ‘Sweet Caroline.’ However, Jared’s version is a fresh take on the 1969 hit. You can’t help but sing along when the chorus hits!

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