How many artists can promise to deliver a set list jam-packed with classic hits?
The American Superstars can.
From Sweet Caroline through to Edge of Seventeen and Piano Man, the tribute band promises to perform all of your favourite songs at Campbelltown Catholic Club's The Cube on July 20.
American Superstars consist of Neil Diamond impersonator Bobby Bruce, Chris E Thomas as Stevie Nicks and Jimmy Mann as Billy Joel.
Bruce told the Advertiser that the Superstars would play the "sound book of people's lives".
"It's an awesome array of songs - it takes me on a trip down memory lane," he said.
"These are genuine songs and they mean so much to people.
"We are not just filling our set, these are all hit songs."
Bruce said he had paid tribute to the great Neil Diamond for more than 20 years.
"I grew up with his music. My parents used to play his songs on the eight-track [player] at home," he said.
"It was always in the background of my life."
Bruce said crowds always loved to hear Sweet Caroline, but he had another favourite Diamond song.
"My favourite is Holly Holy - it's just a great tune, I can get lost in that song," he said.
"It's a huge honour [to impersonate Diamond]."
Thomas is an Australian musician who has toured with international artists including Gene Simmons and Rick Astley.
She also performed the role of Stevie Nicks in the National Tour of Classic Albums Live - Rumours and Tusk: The Music of Fleetwood Mac.
"I've worked with Chris since 1996 and we have been friends ever since," Bruce said.
Mann has performed around Australia and abroad for more than 30 years.
Bruce said Mann was an impressive musician.
"Jimmy is fantastic as Billy Joel," he said.
The American Superstars will perform at The Cube on Saturday, July 20 at 8pm. Tickets are $39 per person.
Bruce said it wasn't the first time he had performed at The Cube.
"It's a great venue, I look forward to returning."
Bookings: Call 4625 0000.