The DFD label releases “Nathaniel B. Jackson” and “(You’ll Never Be) Anything But Mine,” co-written and co-produced by Neil and Carl D’Errico, and recorded by Tracy Starr.

The Coral label releases Neil’s “It Comes and Goes,” recorded by Mike Berry. (The Mercury Label also released this song, recorded by Priscilla Mitchell, in the same year.)

Columbia releases Neil’s “Just Another Guy,” recorded by Cliff Richard.

Columbia Records releases Neil’s “Don’t Go Away Mad,” recorded by Bobby Vinton.

Neil enters into an agreement with Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, to form Tallyrand Music, Inc., which allows Neil to publish and produce his own music.

The Decca Label releases “Where Do You Run?” written by Neil Diamond and Jaye Posner, and recorded by Billy Fury.

Neil’s first child, Marjorie, is born.

United Artists Label releases Neil’s “Sunday and Me,” recorded by Jay and the Americans.

Neil appears on TV’s “Hullabaloo” show, where he declares, “Rock will be the folk music of the future. The fact is that pop musicians are the torch bearers of the new American culture.”

Tallyrand Music enters into a one-year recording contract with Bang Records.

Neil receives his first royalty check for seventy three cents.

Bang releases “Solitary Man” and “Do It.”

Neil plays the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California.

America sees Neil in his first national television appearance on “American Bandstand,” singing “Solitary Man.”

Bang releases “Cherry, Cherry” and “I’ll Come Running.”

Neil’s second appearance on “American Bandstand,” singing “Cherry, Cherry,” is aired on national television.

The Monkees record Neil’s “Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)” for the Colgems Label.

Bang releases Neil’s first album, “The Feel of Neil.” (Original title was “Solitary Man.”)

Bang releases “I Got the Feelin’ (Oh No No)” and “The Boat That I Row.”

Colgems releases Neil’s “I’m A Believer,” recorded by the Monkees, hitting the charts by January and becoming the top song of 1967.

Neil records five commercial sessions for the Coca-Cola Company. Two of them are issued on a various artists CD, “Things Go Better With Coke — 60’s Coca-Cola Commercials 1965-’69,” released in 1996.

Diamond Label releases Neil’s “Back From Baltimore,” recorded by Ronnie Dove, with Neil singing a couple of lines in the background.

Neil appears on the ABC-TV show, “Where The Action Is,” which includes an interview and a performance of “I Got The Feelin’ (Oh, No, No).”

Cash Box Magazine votes Neil the #1 singer for the year 1967, in a tie with Frank Sinatra.

Neil appears on “American Bandstand,” singing “You Got To Me,” and “Solitary Man.”

The Monkees record Neil’s “Black and Blue (From Kicking Myself).” This recording was never released. During same session, The Monkees record “A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You.”

Bang releases “You Got To Me” and “Someday Baby.”

Colgems releases “A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You,” recorded by the Monkees.

Bang releases “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon” and “You’ll Forget.”

Diamond Label releases Neil’s “My Babe,” and “Put My Mind At Ease,” recorded by Ronnie Dove.

Cash Box Magazine Dee-Jay poll votes Neil #1 Most Promising Up-And-Coming Vocalist and #3 Most Programmed Male Vocalist.

Bang releases “I Thank The Lord For The Nighttime,” and “The Long Way Home.”