Jim Diamond Wiki,Biography,Age Details| Died At The Age of 64

Jim Diamond Wiki, Biography, Age Details| Died At The Age of 64: Jim Diamond was a popular Scottish singer and songwriter, died at the age of 64 at his home in London, England. He is best known for his three Top 5 hits – ‘I Won’t Let You Down’, ‘I Should Have Known Better’, ‘Hi Ho Silver’, which reached Number 5 in the UK Singles Chart in 1986. He has also featured as a vocalist on the charity No.1s ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ with The Crowd and ‘Let It Be’ with Ferry Aid. His last UK chart success was with ‘Young Love’.

Jim Diamond Wiki,Biography,Age Details| Died At The Age of 64

Jim Diamond Wiki,Biography,Age Details| Died At The Age of 64

Jim Diamond

Bio:

He was born on September 28, 1951. He started his music career at the young age of 15 with his own band, The Method and at the age of 16, also fronted a Glasgow band called Jade. He played many pub, club and college gigs in London in 1969, playing at Brunel University, West London College in Cricklewood, The Pied Bull in Islington, West Hampstead Country Club, another college in Virginia Water and many more in 1969.

In 1978, Jim married Christine Bailey. The couple has a daughter, Sara Rosaline Diamond and, a son, Lawrence James Diamond.

Reaction:

His family said they were “deeply shocked by his sudden death“.

A family spokesman added: “He was a devoted family man who loved his wife Chrissy and his children Sara and Lawrence, and the music that he continued to make.

He dedicated a lot of time over recent years to the Cash for Kids charity appeal in Scotland with his friend Sir Tom Hunter and was still active and well respected on the music scene.

He’ll be much missed by all who knew him and everyone who loved his music and his unique voice and style.

Profile:

  • Name: Jim Diamond
  • Occupation: Singer:
  • DOB: September 28, 1951
  • Wife: Christine Bailey
  • Children: Sara Rosaline Diamond, Lawrence James Diamond

This is a very sad news, GOD bless his soul…

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