As a professional entertainer, Jay White recognizes the importance of presenting a crystal clear image to the public. For his entire career, that image has reflected one of the world’s best loved musical treasures with his uncanny physical and vocal likeness to Neil Diamond. Most recently Jay has been cast to play Neil in the 1977 era Ron Howard directed film “Frost/Nixon”. Over the past 25 years White has gone from a Diamond in the rough, to a polished headline performer. He has achieved all the facets of Diamond himself, from the singer’s rich baritone vocals and subtle swagger of the hips, to that charismatic smile. White has performed in more than 8000 shows in five countries including more than 1000 shows over the past five years with his great band at the Riviera Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. “Jay keep singing so I can stay home and relax,” says the real Neil Diamond, who has given White his personal endorsement. As a performer, White’s popularity grows by leaps and bounds because his dedication to accuracy, his respect for the singer/composer and his attention to detail from the office to the stage have put him at the top of his class. There is no doubt about it ... when it comes to the recreation of “The World’s Classiest Rock Star”, Jay White is a real gem.