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Thursday, March 26, 2015 ABC 4 Utah
Barry Manilow Talks About His Final Tour

ABC 4 Utah: Barry Manilow is one of popular music's most recognizable voices, a master artist behind some of the best american standards of the last 40 years. He has sold 80 million records, been inducted into the songwriters hall of fame, and won about every major award in the entertainment space including the Emmy, the Tony, Grammy, an Oscar nominee. Manilow has even won a Cleo. He is also a great producer and arranger. Now, the legendary star is about to embark on one last adventure -- his final tour. This year marks the 40th anniversary of his number one hit "Mandy." "Mandy" was brought to Manilow by Clive Davis. Barry originally didn't want to record it because he did not write it, but the song put him on the map. His portfolio sports many platinum records, including "2:00 AM Paradise Cafe," which is one of the hidden classic albums of the last 30 plus years. Manilow’s most recognizable song is probably "Copacabana," which he co-wrote and has become a pop culture touchstone having spanned three generations. Barry will be performing in Salt Lake City at the [Maverik] Center on April 20th.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 KPHO CBS 5
Barry Manilow, One Last Time

CBS 5 Phoenix (KPHO): Paul talked with Barry Manilow about his latest and last big tour. Barry is not retiring but just not doing those long tours. He will perform at the Gila River Arena on April 8th.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 94.1 KODJ
Salt Lake City
Meredith And AJ Talk With Barry Manilow

94.1 KODJ Salt Lake City: Meredith and AJ talk with Barry about his tour, what he thinks about the line about him in the move "The Breakfast Club," and which current artists he'd like to work with.

March 13,
100.5 KXNT Morning Show
(Las Vegas)
Barry Manilow Talks To "Carlos and Dayna"

Barry Manilow is on his final tour and he's coming to Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 10th. Manilow talked [to] us about his music, the special anniversary of his hit song "Mandy," and helping to collect instruments for Clark County School students. Manilow also told us he continues to write new music. It’s part of his career, but it’s also his hobby! He says he can’t help himself, he loves it so much! The "[Mandy]" anniversary has also prompted a special ticket deal!

Thursday, March 12, 2015 KSAZ-TV (FOX)

8:35 AM PT
TV Appearances on Thursday Morning!

KMAX/CBS Sacramento: The legendary Barry Manilow joined
Good Day live to promote his upcoming nationwide tour.

KCRA Sacramento: Barry Manilow chats with Deirdre Fitzpatrick.
Barry Manilow will perform April 17 at Sleep Train Arena.

XETV San Diego 6: Music legend Barry Manilow talks to our Marc Bailey about his upcoming concert in San Diego and a program to bring instruments to local schools.

KSTU Salt Lake City: Singer Barry Manilow is hitting the road One Last Time, and he’ll stop in Utah along the way. Manilow is set to perform at the Maverik Center on April 20.

ABC 4 Utah: One of the most recognizable names in music is coming to town. This April, singer Barry Manilow is coming to the Maverik Center in West Valley City.


8:40 AM PT

8:50 AM PT
San Diego

9:40 AM PT
Salt Lake City

10:20 AM PT
ABC 4 Utah

Recent Past Special Appearances & Events

Don't Ya Love It?
December 1,
Good Morning Britain
Barry Manilow reveals his Dream Duets!

Grammy award winning superstar Barry Manilow sat down with Susanna Reid to talk about his new duets album My Dream Duets. The interview was featured on ITV1's Good Morning Britain which aired 01 December 2014.

December 4,
This Morning
Barry Manilow on ITV's This Morning!

Singing superstar, king of the Copacabana and ultimate Vegas showman Barry Manilow's illustrious career has spanned over 35 years, during which he's sold 80 million records. On Thursday, the music legend joined Phillip and Amanda for some Manilow magic, performing two songs, "Bring On Tomorrow" ahd his classic "Can't Smile Without You." Barry told them about his latest album (My Dream Duets) where he duets with iconic artists like Whitney Houston, Marilyn Monroe, and Louis Armstrong.

"I didn't aspire to be a singer, I initially wanted to be a musician" – Barry Manilow says he's achieved more than he ever imagined. Barry has announced his forthcoming tour will be his last. The singer's illustrious career has spanned over 35 years, selling more than 80 million records. However he says he just doesn't want to PACK anymore. "I just can't do it. I'll still make music and talk about it but I just can't pack anymore."

December 8,
Steve Wright Show
(BBC Radio 2)
Barry with Steve Wright in the Afternoon

Legendary singer Barry Manilow, 'Lewis' star Angela Griffin and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton chat to Steve. Plus there's some amazing Factoids, the Non-Stop Oldies, and the latest lifestyle and entertainment news. Barry talks about his new album, My Dream Duets.

December 15,
Today Show
Barry Manilow on The Today Show!

(lower left) Barry hanging in the Orange Room at the TODAY SHOW. (lower right) Barry on the set with Kathie Lee and Hoda.


[ Barry Manilow jams ‘Copacabana’-style with TODAY anchors ]
[ Barry Manilow sings with Marilyn Monroe on new album ]
[ Barry Manilow: I didn’t expect success with ‘Duets’ ]
[ Barry Manilow performs tribute to Louis Armstrong ]
December 15,
The Talk
Barry Manilow on The Talk!

Barry Manilow on The Talk [ FULL EPISODE ]
Barry talks about his New 'My Dream Duets' Album[ VIDEO CLIP ]
Barry sings live with Louis Armstrong [ VIDEO CLIP ]

December 17,
New York/
New York City
(iHeartRadio Theater)
Barry Manilow at iHeartRadio Theater!

Barry Manilow played a very intimate show at the iHeartRadio Theater presented by P.C. Richard & Son.

December 18,
The Colbert Report
Cameo Appearance on The Colbert Report

Barry Manilow appeared with a cast of many on The Colbert Report's Finale, "We'll Meet Again," hosted by Stephen "I changed the world!" Colbert!

(above) Barry back stage at The Colbert Report for the final episode with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. (below) Barry with Toby Keith.

January 1,
Frank Sinatra - The Dream Concert
Barry Manilow hosts "Frank Sinatra - The Dream Concert"

Frank Sinatra - The Dream Concert is a concert that never actually took place - though we wish it had and that we had been there. Compiled from recordings of some of his best live performances with the great musicians of the day, here are his classic songs from Witchcraft to My Way. This is Sinatra at his best - live.

Barry Manilow (no stranger to the world's biggest stages) guides us through this unique experience of artistry in music and sketches-in some of the background to Sinatra on the road.

With the cream of performances from New York, New Jersey, Dallas, Detroit, Japan and of course Las Vegas, the city he made his own and where he performed many hundreds of times at The Sands, Caesars Palace and The Golden Nugget, Sinatra was always accompanied by the finest musicians, including Count Basie and his Orchestra, Woody Herman and his long-time pianist and conductor Bill Miller.

Sinatra performed live around 2000 times not just at home but also around the world in South America, Scandinavia, Europe and even Iran and of course here in the UK with about 100 concerts. Of the thousands of performances he gave, few were captured on record (or on film) so we have made one specially for Radio 2 listeners - and it is longer and better than anything ever previously released. It is a unique performance for all singers and fans to sit back and relish. Simply this is Sinatra at his best - live!


Tuesday, February 3, 2015 KQV - Pittsburgh, PA

9:30 AM ET
Turn The Radio Up... Tuesday Morning!

Barry was on the radio to promote his forthcoming "One Last Time!" Tour.

[ Barry Manilow on the Armstrong & Getty Show ]

KMBZ - Kansas City, MO

10:20 AM ET
Armstrong & Getty Show

10:45 AM ET
Wednesday, February 4, 2015 Morning Joe (MSNBC)

8:50 AM ET
More MANILOW MEDIA...Wednesday Morning!

Barry appeared on morning television shows
to promote his forthcoming "One Last Time!" Tour.

WITI's Wake Up News in Milwaukee

WGN-TV's Morning News in Chicago

Music legend Barry Manilow on GoodDayDC

Live In The D...in Detroit

WKYC's Live on Lakeside in Cleveland

Good Day Columbus (WTTE/WSYX)

9:05 AM ET
You and Me This Morning (WCIU, Chicago)

9:30 AM ET
Wake Up News (WITI, Milwaukee)

9:40 AM ET
Morning News (WGN-TV, Chicago)

10:20 AM ET
Good Day DC (WTTG, Washington DC)

10:30 AM ET
Live in the D (WDIV, Detroit)
Live on Lakeside (WKYC, Cleveland)
February 4,
WGN Radio
Barry Manilow on WGN Radio!

Barry Manilow on playing in the Merchandise Mart ... Pete McMurray speaks to Barry Manilow about his special relationship with Chicago, why he believes music is important to children and working with Bette Midler.

[ February 4: Barry Manilow on WGN Radio ]
February 6,
WGN Radio
Barry Manilow on WGN Radio...One Last Time!

Barry Manilow: His music, tour, and jingles: Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder talked with Barry Manilow about his final tour, his jingle writing career, and much more.

[ February 6: Barry Manilow on WGN Radio ]
February 20,
WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio
Barry Manilow on WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio!

Barry Manilow On Slowing Down & Playing His Last Show in Milwaukee: There was a time – in the late 1970s and 1980s – when Barry Manilow’s music was ubiquitous. You’d hear it on Top 40 radio, on your TV, in your dentist’s office. Songs like Mandy and Copacabana, and I Write the Songs. Barry Manilow doesn’t chart the same way he once did, but he still has millions of loyal fans, and a new album, called My Dream Duets. Although he’s still producing music, Barry Manilow has decided to slow down, now that he’s [71] years old. He says his current concert tour – which stops at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Tuesday – will be his last. Ahead of that Milwaukee stop, Lake Effect's Bonnie North reached Barry Manilow by phone.

[ February 20: Barry Manilow on WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio ]

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