With 80 million record sales, 25 US Top 40 hits and various Tony, Emmy and Grammy Awards under his belt, singer/pianist Barry Manilow is one of the most successful adult contemporary artists of all time. Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1943, Manilow attended the prestigious Juilliard Performing Arts School before becoming a commercial jingle writer and musical director for WCBS -TV series Callback. After first releasing Barry Manilow tickets for a two-season run at New York’s Upstairs at The Downstairs Club, he was hired by Bette Midler to produce her first two albums and legendary The Divine Miss M tour. Manilow was subsequently offered a record deal of his own, and in 1973, released his self-titled debut album. Sales of Barry Manilow tickets skyrocketed a year later when Barry Manilow II spawned a US number one single, “Mandy,” while 1975 follow-up Tryin’ To Get The Feeling and 1976’s This One’s For You also produced chart-toppers in the shape of “I Write The Songs” and “Looks Like We Made It.” Recorded in front of fans with Barry Manilow tickets at New York’s Uris Theatre, Barry Manilow Live gave the star his first number one album before a 1977 ABC TV special attracted a massive audience of 37 million viewers. Following the release of 1978’s Even Now, he scored his last US Top 10 single with “I Made It Through The Rain,” grossed over $2 million in sales of Barry Manilow tickets for a record-breaking run at Radio City Music Hall, and starred in a musical TV movie based on his much-loved hit “Copacabana.” Manilow then began to move away from original material with a string of covers-heavy releases including 1991’s Showstoppers, 1994’s Singin’ With The Big Bands and 1998’s Manilow Sings Sinatra. But he still remained a hugely popular live draw, selling out Barry Manilow tickets for a 44-night stint at The Gershwin Theatre, embarking on a two-year Live on Broadway tour and recording various TV specials for the likes of NBC, CBS and PBS. Manilow’s career continued to flourish well into the 21st Century, and after Barry Manilow tickets went on sale for a residency at the Las Vegas Hilton, he scored his first No.1 album in 30 years with 2006’s The Greatest Songs of the 50s. Manilow followed it up with records tackling material from the 60s, 70s and 80s, before Barry Manilow tickets were snapped up for a second Vegas residency at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. A collection of posthumous duets then added to his tally of hit albums in 2014 before Barry Manilow tickets went on sale for a farewell tour dubbed One Last Time.
Barry Manilow (1973)
Barry Manilow II (1974)
Tryin to Get the Feeling (1975)
This One’s for You (1976)
Even Now (1978)
One Voice (1979)
If I Should Love Again (1981)
Here Comes the Night (1982)
2:00 AM Paradise Café (1984)
Swing Street (1987)
Barry Manilow (1989)
Because it’s Christmas (1990)
Singin with the Big Bands (1994)
Summer of 78 (1996)
Manilow Sings Sinatra (1998)
Here at the Mayflower (2001)
A Christmas Gift of Love (2004)
The Greatest Songs of the Fifties (2006)
The Greatest Songs of the Sixties (2006)
The Greatest Songs of the Seventies (2006)
In the Swing of Christmas (2007)
The Greatest Songs of Eighties (2008)
The Greatest Love Songs of All Time (2008)
The Greatest Love Songs of All Time (2010)
15 Minutes (2011)
Night Songs (2014)
My Dream Duets (2014)
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Barry Manilow News
5-28-15: Barry Manilow’s One Last Time Tour will visit 7 different venues during the month of June with the final show on June 17th in his hometown Brooklyn, NY. Announced as his last tour ever, tickets for the finale at the Barclays Center average a price of $122.37 with a get-in price starting at $16.00. This show current ticket average is 17.8% below the tour average of $144.25.
5-7-15: In a career that spans back to the mid 1960’s, Barry Manilow who is considered one of the world’s best-selling music artists ever after 80 million records sold worldwide is hitting the road for his new tour called “One Last Time,” which kicks off on May 26 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC.
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Barry Manilow Tour Dates
One Last Time Tour
5-26-2015 – Vancouver, BC at Roges Arena
5-27-2015 – Seattle, WA at Key Arena
5-28-2015 – Portland, OR at Moda Center
6-4-2015 – Duluth, GA at The Arena at Gwinnet Center
6-5-2015 – Louisville, KT at KFC Yum!
6-6-2015 – Charlotte, NC at Time Warner Cable Arena
6-13-2015 – Philadelphia, PA at Wells Fargo Center
6-14-2015 – Newark, NJ at Prudential Center
6-16-2015 – Boston, MA at TD Garden
6-17-2015 – Brooklyn, NY at Barclay’s Center