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Barry Manilow Tour Schedule

Barry Manilow tickets are on sale! If you missed him in Vegas, you can catch him now on his 2017 tour. Barry Manilow tour dates are going to sell quickly since this is his farewell tour, so secure your seats soon! Hear hits like "Copacabana" and "Mandy" live in concert with Barry Manilow tickets!

Barry Manilow tickets carry a special kind of magic, a hankering back to a suave and guiltless (yet gilt-edged) time in the 20th Century, a time when everything seemed possible. Barry Manilow tickets are a passport to this old country, which never goes out of style. Tickets to Barry Manilow shows are like gold to his army of adoring fans. The celebrated pianist commands headlines at the most glitzy entertainment centers in the United States, and a Barry Manilow show is a thing you must see in this lifetime if you can find cheap tickets. Luckily, we have some on sale! Check out the 2017 Barry Manilow schedule to see when this jazzy man will be wooing a crowd near you!

Manilow on Broadway

Barry Manilow is a world-class performer, and in 2013, he set his sights on Broadway by starring in his own show, Manilow on Broadway. For the first time in two decades, he booked a house on the Great White Way - the St. James Theatre - to let audiences in New York hear hits like "Mandy," "Copacabana," and "Could It Be Magic." The show ran for a limited time only from January 18 through February 23. Fanilows rejoiced and headed to Broadway!

About Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow (born Barry Alan Pincus in Brooklyn, New York on June 17, 1943) is an American singer and songwriter. Manilow dominated the 1970s soft rock scene with a string of top ten hits and multi-platinum albums. Despite the frequent barbs from lousy critics, both Manilow's fans and music continue to soldier on as evidenced by the No. 1 debut of his 2002 greatest hits album, Ultimate Manilow, and being dubbed "showman of our generation" by Rolling Stone.

Early in his career, Manilow worked as a pianist, producer, and arranger, accompanying performers like Bette Midler. Manilow's solo hits include: "Mandy" (1974), "Looks Like We Made It" (1976), "Copacabana (At The Copa)" (1978), "I Write The Songs" (1975), "Somewhere In The Night" (1978), "I Made It Through The Rain" (1980), "Let's Hang On" (1981), "Turn The Radio Up" (2001), and "They Dance!" (2001).

Although not all of Manilow's hits were written by him (the most notable and ironic instance being, "I Write The Songs," which was written by lyricist Bruce Johnston), he co-wrote a musical with librettist Bruce Sussman titled Harmony, which was scheduled to be produced in Philadelphia in 2003. After financial difficulties and a legal battle, Manilow and Sussman won back the rights to the musical, which was produced on stage in 2005. Manilow's "Copacabana" has also been turned into a stage musical, which toured in 2003.

Manilow appeared as a guest judge, and even arranged music for, American Idol in 2004, a year in which he also embarked on his "One Night Live! One Last Time!" tour. However, he couldn't stay away from the spotlight for long because he's back on the road with his second farewell tour - the ONE LAST TIME! 2015 Tour. Make sure to buy tickets soon to one of the hottest musical event of the year, and if you love Barry Manilow, then you may also be interested in Neil Sedaka tickets.

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