Special Appearances & Events - Current

Don't Ya Love It?
June 10,
BBC Radio 2:
Chris Evans Show

Chris Evans Breakfast Show

AUDIO LINK [03:03:15]: Barry Manilow on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show - Sonic superstar Barry Manilow tells Chris about going on tour one last time [begins at 02:10:04]

AUDIO LINK [00:03:23]: The Chris Evans Breakfast Show - Barry Manilow: "People are now realising I'm serious...I think it's time." Barry explains why this really is the chance to see Barry in the UK one last time.

June 12,
BBC Radio 2:
Michael Ball Show

The Michael Ball Show

AUDIO LINK: Hear Michael Ball's interview with multi-platinum selling superstar Barry Manilow. Barry is in the UK for a string of extra special live dates, marking his final ever UK tour, which is appropriately titled: One Last Time! The special arena shows come after a dazzling career spanning over 40 years, with sales in excess of 80 million records. Today Barry chats to Michael about his live performances, and looks back on his sensational career.

Recent Past Special Appearances & Events

Don't Ya Love It?
July 4,
A Capitol Fourth
Barry to Headline A CAPITOL FOURTH on PBS!

Back by popular demand, music legend Barry Manilow returns to A CAPITOL FOURTH on PBS to celebrate 35 years as America’s national Independence Day Celebration, live from the U.S. Capitol on Saturday, July 4 from 8:00 to 9:30 pm ET. Hot off the heels of his hugely successful ONE LAST TIME arena tour and recent Grammy Award nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, NIGHT SONGS, Manilow will kick off the country’s 239th birthday with a special patriotic medley, which has not been performed since the re-opening of the Statue of Liberty 29 years ago. In what has become tradition, Manilow will also close the concert broadcast as the sky lights up with the largest fireworks display in the country. Manilow will be accompanied by the National Symphony Orchestra under the direction of top pops conductor Jack Everly.
March 31,
Missouri/St. Louis
(Webster University)

Barry Manilow - Live in Conversation

Barry Manilow was a special guest Thursday at Webster University. Manilow performs Thursday night at Scottrade Center. Seth Jackson, a Webster fine arts professor and 1993 alum, arranged for the singing legend to speak to students about his show business career. A production and lighting designer, Jackson worked with Manilow on his 1999 "Manilow Sings Sinatra" tour. Accompanying Manilow on Wednesday was Amber Martin, his stage manager. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

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