Don’t miss this last chance to see the legendary Barry Manilow live in concert.
The man who writes the songs that make the whole world sing is back. Barry Manilow is taking his hits and hitting the road for his One Last Time Tour. This last tour, a goodbye to his legions of fans, is sure to be packed with fan favorites.
Before dropping mega-hits such as “Mandy,” “Looks Like We Made It,” and “Copacabana,” the legendary singer/songwriter got his start in music as Bette Midler’s music director in her bathhouse and early recording days. Manilow launched out on his own in the early ’70s, and since then, his music has broken records all over the world. Now, he is taking those beloved songs out for one last spin. Favorites like “Weekend in New England,” “This One’s for You,” and “Daybreak” will surely be played, yet, with such a vast catalog of material, it would be impossible to play every song the audience clamors for.
To date, Manilow has sold over 80 million albums and has enjoyed 47 Top 40 hits, not counting material he penned for other artists, among them Dionne Warwick and Bette Midler. He was also responsible for numerous commercial jingles in the 1970s, including the Kentucky Fried Chicken. He has had a most distinguished career, and is recorded as being one of the top-selling singer/songwriters ever.
Don’t miss this last chance to see the legendary Barry Manilow live in concert. | Marc Farr
Barry Manilow plays the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on March 31.For ticket information on all shows, visit www.manilow.com.
Barry Manilow One Last Time Tour
03.12 |Bryce Jordan Center, University Park PA
03.13 | Mohegan Arena at Casey Plaza, Wilkes-Barre PA
03.15 | Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester NH
03.17 | Giant Center, Hershey PA
03.18 | Event Center at Turning Stone Casino Resort, Verona NY
03.24 | Peoria Civic Center Arena, Peoria IL
03.25 | Van Adel Arena, Grand Rapids MI
03.26 | BMO Harris Bank Center, Rockford IL
03.30 | Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
03.31 | Scottrade Center, St. Louis
04.01 | Verizon Arena, N. Little Rock
04.06 | Denny Sanford Premier Center, Sioux Falls
04.07 | Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul
04.15 | BOK Center, Tulsa
04.22 | Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne IN*
04.28 | Bridgestone Arena, Nashville*
04.29 | BB&T Arena, Highland Heights KY*
w/special guest Dave Koz