Episode of the Diamond Mine Podcast. Recorded June, 2005 on KBHU FM, the college radio station for Black Hills State University.
Episode 2 of the Diamond Mine Podcast. Recorded June, 2005 on KBHU FM, the college radio station for Black Hills State University.
Dave Diamond on KFRC in San Francisco, 1968
Diamond’s Laws to Live By have now been updated! Thanks to a former student (and colleague of mine at KBHU) for typing and sending in a ton of Diamond’s Laws. Diamond is a big believer in mental healthy and virtuous living. He lived through some of the most historic – and hedonistic – periods of rock… Read More ›
Recorded May 20th, 2005 at KBHU– FM at Black Hills Sate University UPDATE: I have archived 16 gigs of Diamond airchecks and radio shows to Amazon’s S3 cloud hosting service. I’m in the process of converting to .mp3 and will post listenable links here soon. Also, I made a page of SOME of Diamond’s audio here…. Read More ›
Diamond’s pictures now live on their own page. If you have or know of any pictures of Dave Diamond, please visit the contact page. And, if you have any stories of memories about The Diamond, you can share them here.
Always on the cusp of innovation, in the summer of 2005 Dave Diamond launched a podcast. His podcast, a reprise of the Diamond Mine Radio Show, was a mixture of the classic, deep, poetic, and rockin Dave Diamond 60’s radio vibe. The show was recorded for Black Hills State University on the college radio station… Read More ›
Welcome to the home of radio broadcaster, professor, and writer Dave Diamond: A History of Dave Diamond Diamond Audio: Airchecks, Radio, and Podcasts Diamond’s Laws to Live By Share Your Story, Leave a Comment Radio Broadcaster, Writer, Academic – Now a college professor, during the 60s and 70s Dave Diamond was a DJ at some… Read More ›
As a DJ in LA and San Francisco, Dave Diamond reached millions of people. As a college professor he shaped many lives. Got a great Diamond story or memory? Leave it below in the comments section.
Howdy – this is the home of broadcaster and professor Dave Diamond. The webmonkeys (read: former students) are in the process of constructing this place, but you can drop the Diamond an email at davediamond [at] bhsu [dot] edu or leave a comment below. Some time soon this site will include a background and history… Read More ›
From the Black Hills Pioneer: He’s not a rock star, but he plays one on TV; and the radio; and in books. Dr. David Diamond has lived a life many people only dream of. The Black Hills State University professor boasts a resume that spans five decades and includes two separate, but equally successful careers…. Read More ›