Jim Diamond (born September 28 1953, in Glasgow) is a Scottish singer-songwriter.
Diamond is best known for his three Top 5 hits - "I Won't Let You Down" (1982) as the lead singer in the trioPh.D., with Tony Hymas and Simon Phillips; his solo performance, "I Should Have Known Better". The latter song was a United Kingdom number one in 1984. And of course the theme song from 'Boon', Hi Ho Silver which reached Number 5 in the UK charts in 1986. His voice has often been used for other people's songs, especially charity songs such as Sailing with Rock Against Repatriation, You'll Never Walk Alone with The Crowd and Let It Be with Ferry Aid.
Diamond is still a working artist. Over the past thirty years he has gone from lead singer of his own bands, to solo studio artist, to live performer. If one thing can be said for Jim Diamond, it is that he is one of the hardest working entertainers of our time.
He started his music career at the young age of 15 with his own band 'The Method'. This was...
Track listing: I Should Have Known BetterYoung Love (Carry Me Away)Remember I Love YouDesireI Sleep Alone At NightDouble CrossedThe Impossible DreamI'm YoursRock 'n RollCaledoniaSo StrongBlue SongsYou'll Go CrazyTogetherMy Weakness Is YouI Can't StopStumblin' OverHi Ho Silver