“You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin'” single, recorded as a duet with Dolly Parton (promo-DJ copy only), is released to radio stations.

“The Christmas Album” album is certified platinum.

VH-1 Cable airs “The Roof Party (Songs from the Brill Building — World Premiere)”, recorded to promote the “Up on the Roof” album.

Columbia Music Video releases Neil’s fifth TV Special “The Christmas Special” videocassette.

Columbia releases “Up On The Roof (Songs from the Brill Building)” album.

“Hot August Night” album is certified platinum.

“Hot August Night,” and “His 12 Greatest Hits” albums is certified double platinum.

Neil kicks off a Christmas Tour of the United States in Worcester, Massachusetts to promote both “Up On The Roof” and “The Christmas Album.”

“Love Songs” album is certified gold.

“Up On The Roof – Songs From the Brill Building” album is certified gold.

“Will You Love Me Tomorrow” single (promo-DJ copy only) is released to radio stations.

Neil appears on “The Donahue Show,” performing Christmas songs and promoting the Christmas tour.

ABC-TV airs Neil’s fifth TV special (first aired on November 28, 1992, on HBO Cable), “The Christmas Special.”

Neil appears on “The Tonight Show,” starring Jay Leno.

Columbia Music Video releases “The Roof Party (Songs from the Brill Building — World Premiere)” videocassette.

“Play Me” single (live in concert version taken from the “Live In America” album) is released to radio stations only (promo-DJ copy).

Neil appears on “The David Letterman Show,” on CBS-TV.

Neil appears on “Live With Regis and Kathie Lee,” on ABC-TV.

Columbia releases “Live In America” album.

“Lovescape” album is certified gold.

Marcia Diamond files for divorce in Los Angeles, California, citing irreconcilable differences.

“Love At The Greek” album is certified double platinum.

“12 Greatest Hits, Volume II” album is certified triple platinum.

“Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Holly Holy,” and “Sweet Caroline” singles are certified platinum.

Columbia releases the “Christmas Album, Vol. 2.”

Neil appears on the “Frank Sinatra Duets II” television special, performing “That’s America To Me.”

“The Christmas Album, Vol. 2” is certified gold.

Neil appears as the special guest on “Opryland Country Christmas” TV special. Neil performs “Joy to the World” with the Soul Children of Chicago, and “Away In A Manger” with Tammy Wynette.

Neil leases a home in Nashville, Tennessee, and spends most of the year writing songs for upcoming new material album, “Tennessee Moon.” Collaborators include Richard Bennett (former NDRRT member), Beth Nielsen Chapman, Hal Ketchum, Harlan Howard, Raul Malo, Bob DiPiero and Neil’s son, Jesse Diamond.

Neil receives divorce from Marcia Murphey.

Neil’s first grandson, Alexander Henry, is born.

Neil receives an Honorable Doctor of Fine Arts Degree at graduation ceremonies at New York University.