Special Appearances & Events - 2001

Barry Manilow at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles (April 2, 2001)

Don't Ya Love It?
February 12, 2001 Ally McBeal
Barry makes a special guest appearance!
March 3, 2001
(4:00 PM)
(Reliant Astrodome)
Barry performed at the
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

[ Photos on Manilow 2001 ]

[ "Tickets Go Fast For Rodeo Shows" (Yahoo! News, 1/22/2001) ]
[ Rodeo Schedule (Houston Chronicle, 1/16/2001) ]
[ "Houston rodeo-goers..." (Dallas Morning News, 2/24/2001) ]
[ RodeoHouston - Stars - Barry Manilow ]

March 2001 Public

My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs
concert hosted by Julie Andrews

"It's a showcase of Broadway love songs old and new... one song is presented by its composer when an impassioned Barry Manilow belts out 'Every Single Day' from his musical 'Harmony'..." - L.A. Times ("Television Review: A Tribute to Broadway Love Songs" by Daryl H. Miller, 3/3/2001)

TV SCHEDULE at hybridrecordings.com

(taped October 16, 2000, at City Center in New York)

[ Love Songs: The Telecast (Broadway.com, 2/21/2001) ]

April 2, 2001
(1:00 PM)
California/Los Angeles
(Dodger Stadium)
Barry Manilow performed the
National Anthem on Opening Day for the
Los Angeles Dodgers.

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[ Yahoo! News-Sports/Reuters Photo (April 2, 2001) ]
[ "Dodger faithful welcome season" (Daily News - April 3, 2001) ]
[ "The Brushback Pitch" (CBS Sportsline - April 3, 2001) ]

[ KTLA 5 Online | Fox Sports 1150 Live | DirecTV Sports ]

June 4, 2001
(5:30 PM)
(Borders Books and Music, Michigan Avenue)
Signing of "The Barry Manilow Anthology" songbook and CDs in celebration of
"Could It Be Magic? The Barry Manilow Songbook"

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June 4, 2001
3:00 PM)
(WGN Radio)
Interview on the Dean Richards show to promote
"Could It Be Magic? The Barry Manilow Songbook".
June 6, 2001
WJMK Radio
WTMX Radio
Promotional Appearances for
"Could It Be Magic? The Barry Manilow Songbook".
June 7, 2001
WLIT Radio
WLS Radio
Promotional Appearances for
"Could It Be Magic? The Barry Manilow Songbook".
June 15, 2001
(11:30 AM)
Barry performed Live at the NBC Plaza on Channel 5's Sweet Home Chicago.
June 17, 2001 Illinois/Chicago
(BMIFC Convention)
Birthday "Q&A" with Barry
at BMIFC Convention 2001 in Chicago!
July 6, 2001
(8-9 AM)
Morning Show)
Promotional appearance by Barry for
"Could It Be Magic? The Barry Manilow Songbook"
July 6, 2001
(12-1 PM)
WFLD (Fox Network)
Noon Show
Promotional appearance by Barry for
"Could It Be Magic? The Barry Manilow Songbook"

Barry Manilow at KOST 103.5 FM in Los Angeles (November 13, 2001)

pictured with Barry: Mark Wallengren and Kim Amidon (of KOST)

Don't Ya Love It?
August 19, 2001
(10:30-11:00 AM)
(WGN Radio)
In-studio interview with Barry Manilow
on the Dean Richards Show

at www.wgnradio.com!!

August 28-29, 2001 A&E
Dionne Warwick: Don't Make Me Over
includes interview with Barry Manilow

(RockOnTV - the ultimate guide to music on television)

September 19, 2001 Entertainment Tonight Not an appearance, but ET played a bit of "Let Freedom Ring" during their program.
September 20, 2001
(10:30 AM)
WGN Radio WGN Radio played "Let Freedom Ring", followed by a telephone interview with Barry Manilow on the Dean Richards Show.

at www.wgnradio.com!!

September 26, 2001 Larry King Live
Barry was on Live with Larry King to talk about renewed interest in the song "Let Freedom Ring":
"I had forgotten about the song and I was able to listen to it as if I had nothing to do with it. And it moved me so much and it made me feel better, because it's all about freedom. [We] sent it out to every radio station, every television station that was interested, and people started to play it, so I thank you very much for noticing it. I hope it makes people feel better, because it's a beautiful piece."
October 29, 2001
(8:00 AM)
Star 98.7 Radio
(Los Angeles, CA)
Barry joins Jamie & Danny on the Morning Show to promote the new single "Turn The Radio Up" from the album Here At The Mayflower.
October 29, 2001
(9:40 AM)
102.7 KIIS-FM
(Los Angeles, CA)
Barry talks with Rick Dees and Ellen K. about his new single "Turn The Radio Up" from the album Here At The Mayflower.
October 29, 2001 various radio stations National radio interviews throughout the day!
October 30, 2001
(10:00 AM)
(Kodak Theatre)
Coverage by Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, "E" Entertainment, CNN, Channel 2 News in L.A. (KCBS), and Channel 4 News in L.A. (NBC4-TV)

[ Barry Poses at Kodak Theatre in Hollywood ]
[ Barry at Kodak Theatre in Hollywood ]
[ Barry Does Sound Check at Kodak Theatre ]

Kodak Theatre Ready For Public Debut: "Barry Manilow christened the stage Tuesday with an impromtu performance for the news media. 'My jaw dropped,' Manilow said after walking into the theatre. 'I don't think I've seen boxes (box seats) like this in a theatre in Los Angeles, and it just gives it such a classy feeling.'" (KCBS Channel2000.com, 10/31/2001)

October 30, 2001
(8:45 AM)
Good Day L.A.
(KTTV/Fox 11)
Barry performs the "first sound check" for the brand new Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California ("Daybreak").

November 1, 2001 KOST 103.5
Morning Show
Barry was on the radio to talk about Kodak Theatre's first sound check.
November 5, 2001 New York/New York
(95.5 WPLJ)
Barry Manilow was on Live with Scott & Todd at 'PLJ to promote his new CD "Here at the Mayflower."
November 5, 2001
(7:30 PM)
New York/New York
(Carnegie Hall)
Barry appeared at the
12th Annual Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation
Gala Concert and Reception

[ "Guest stars include Barry Manilow, Faith Prince, Susan Lucci, Marvin Hamlisch, Judy Collins, ... Monica Mancini ... Max Weinberg, Carol Woods, and the New York Pops ... this year's concert will also pay tribute to the music of Johnny Mercer. The concert's title, 'Accentuate The Positive,' from the famous Johnny Mercer song title, is used to reflect the many positive advancements in leukemia research." (Republican-American, 9/9/2001) ]

[ PRESS RELEASE (September 29, 2001): Barry Manilow At Carnegie Hall in Johnny Mercer Tribute -- The Lauri Strauss Leukemia Foundation 12th Anniversary Gala Benefit Concert and Reception Accentuate The Positive, November 5, 2001 (News item from All About Jazz, 10/4/2001) ]

[ The Starr Report by Michael Starr - "Leukemia fundraiser brings out the stars" (New York Post, October 31, 2001) ]

November 6, 2001 Rosie O'Donnell Show Barry Manilow performed "Turn The Radio Up" during his promotion of the album HERE AT THE MAYFLOWER and announced plans to return to Radio City Music Hall (in 2002).

November 6, 2001 New York/New York
(For Your Entertainment)
Barry appeared Live for a Signing at FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT (1290 Avenue of the Americas)
November 9, 2001 KRNO
(Reno, NV)
Special Appearances by Barry Manilow
to promote the new Concord Records release

"Here At The Mayflower"

November 9, 2001 KXLY
(Spokane, WA)
November 13, 2001 Access Hollywood Announcement for Here At The Mayflower:
"The ageless Barry Manilow releases his 39th album", with video clip of Barry's first sound check performance at the Kodak Theatre in the background...
(yes, they actually said "39th" instead of "31st")
November 13, 2001 KOST 103.5
Breakfast with
Mark & Kim


Special Appearances by Barry Manilow
to promote the new Concord Records release

"Here At The Mayflower"
(in stores November 13th)

( Live with Regis & Kelly taped Nov 5 )

[ Photos from KOST 103.5 appearance ]

November 13, 2001 Live with Regis and Kelly
November 14, 2001 Morning Show
(KTLA-TV/Los Angeles)
November 21, 2001 New York/Rochester
(WRMM Radio)
November 21, 2001 Pennsylvania/
(WLTJ Radio)
November 21, 2001 Today Show
Barry performed "Turn The Radio Up," "Copacabana" and "I Made It Through The Rain" during his promotional appearance for HERE AT THE MAYFLOWER on The Today Show.

November 23, 2001 The View

Special Appearances by Barry Manilow
to promote the Concord Records release

"Here At The Mayflower"

( The Other Half taped Nov 12 )

November 27, 2001 The Other Half
(TV Talk Show)
December 4, 2001 New York/New York
(Beacon Theatre)
Barry performed at the WLTW 106.7 Lite FM 3rd Annual "One Night With Lite" benefit

[ 106.7's One Night With Lite ]

Barry played solo and his last song, "One Voice," was done a capella. We all thought Barry should do a concert just like that! It was EXCELLENT!! - Michael Sternbach (Bayside, NY) (5/3/2002)

December 20, 2001 British Columbia/Vancouver
(The Vicki Gabereau Show)
"Barry Manilow performed live on the Vicki Gabereau Show!
December 21, 2001 Entertainment Tonight Barry appeared on "ET" in promotion of his current Live 2002! Tour.
December 22, 2001 Washington/Ballard
(Fred Meyer Store)
Signing for Barry's new CD, Here At The Mayflower, including Limited Edition poster Free with the purchase of Here At The Mayflower.
December 31, 2001 ABC-TV "Classic" appearances by Barry on New Year's Rockin' Eve 2002: "It's Just Another New Year's Eve" from Rockin' Eve 1992 AND from Rockin' Eve 1982!

"The fun begins with the hour-long Dick Clark's Primetime New Year Rockin' Eve, which will air at 10 p.m. ET ... During this [special], Barry Manilow, who holds the record for most appearances on New Year's Rockin' Eve, will perform 'It's Just Another New Year's Eve.'
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2002, Part 1, will air from 11:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. ET. [Co-host Wayne Brady will introduce] another retrospective performance from Manilow" - Yahoo! News (12/5/2001)

Barry Manilow at the Today Show in New York City (November 21, 2001)

photo by Liz Boynes

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