David Hasselhoff covers Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline'

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David Hasselhoff is no stranger to the music scene with a few albums he has put out over the years seeing some varying success. But his latest album, 'Party Your Hasselhoff' is looking like it's going to be an absolute hit!

The first single released from the album is a cover of Neil Diamond's iconic song 'Sweet Caroline', and other covers on the album include KISS' 'I Was Made For Loving You', Willie Nelson's 'Always On My Mind' and Billy Joel's 'We Didn't Start The Fire'.

‘Sweet Caroline’ was originally released on 28 May, 1969. Neil Diamond wrote ‘Sweet Caroline’ about Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of President John F. Kennedy and soon to be US Ambassador based in Australia. Caroline was 11 years old at the time. Diamond sang it to her at her 50th birthday in 2007.

Party Your Hasselhoff’ will be released on 3 September.