Don’t miss your chance to buy Barry Manilow tickets! After 50 years of performing some of the best-known songs of the 20th century, Barry Manilow announced that his "One Last Time!” tour in 2015 would be his last major outing. Originally stretching into the early summer, Barry Manilow has extended the tour into 2016. Find tickets on TicketNetwork.com to see him live in concert this upcoming winter. Don't miss out on what may be your last chance to find Barry Manilow tickets.
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
May 12, 2017
|Barry Manilow||Durant, OK|
Choctaw Casino & Resort - Durant
May 14, 2017
|Barry Manilow||Inglewood, CA|
The Forum - Los Angeles
May 17, 2017
|Barry Manilow||Rosemont, IL|
May 25, 2017
|Barry Manilow||Uniondale, NY|
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
May 27, 2017
|Barry Manilow||Mashantucket, CT|
The Grand Theater At Foxwoods
|Current Tour:||"One Last Time!"|
|Discography:||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 Cafe (1984)
Swing Street (1987)
Barry Manilow (1989)
Because It’s Christmas (1990)
Singin’ with the Big Bands (1994)
Summer of ‘78 (1986)
Manilow Sings Sinatra (1998)
A Christmas Gift of Love (2002)
The Greatest Songs of the Fifties (2006)
The Greatest Songs of the Sixties (2006)
The Greatest Songs of the Seventies (2007)
In the Swing of Christmas (2007)
The Greatest Songs of the Eighties (2008)
The Greatest Love Songs of all Time (2010)
15 Minutes (2011)
Night Songs (2014)
My Dreams Duets (2014)
In November 2014, Barry Manilow announced his “One Last Time!” tour, which is expected to be his final large scale trek. At the time the tour was announced, his last concert on the circuit was expected to take place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on June 17, 2015. While the Brooklyn show would be his last concert for a few months, Barry Manilow recently announced he was adding more dates to the “One Last Time!” tour.
The tour’s new leg, which kicks off at Pensacola Bay Center in Pensacola, FL on January 28 will last slightly less than a month, wrapping up on February 19 in Wichita, KS at InTrust Bank Arena. If you are interested in seeing Barry Manilow on what could very well be one of his final outings, find tickets today on TicketNetwork.com.
One of the most influential artists of our time, Barry Manilow is loved and adored all over the world. Over the span of his career, he has sold more than 75 million albums worldwide and Barry Manilow tickets are always in high demand no matter where he is performing. Barry Manilow has been ranked by both Billboard and R&R magazine as the top Adult Contemporary chart artist of all time. A household name, Barry Manilow has remained popular throughout the years, despite a down point in his career during the 1990s.
Born Barry Alan Pincus in Brooklyn, New York, on June 17, 1943, Barry Manilow first got into music at age seven, when he began playing both the accordion and the piano. He would later attend the Julliard School of Music, and while there he wrote the score for the successful off-Broadway musical, The Drunkard. For several years following his graduation from Julliard, Barry Manilow worked a variety of jobs, including writing jingles for a number of companies. He also acted as the musical director for the WCBS series Callback and as conductor for Ed Sullivan.
In 1971, Barry Manilow began a working relationship with Bette Midler, working first as a pianist and later as a collaborator on her first two albums, The Divine Miss M and Bette Midler. During this time, Barry Manilow’s first label, Bell Records, released his first album, Barry Manilow, along with the breakout hit "Mandy." Reaching number 28 on the charts, it was an indicator of good things to come in his career. Through 1982, Barry Manilow continued putting out hits, including "The Old Songs," "Copacabana," and "I Don't Want To Walk Without You," along with six top 20 albums.
In the 1980s and 1990s, Barry Manilow's success was mixed. His albums began to be less chart-topping, with works such as Manilow, Swing Street, and Barry Manilow reaching only numbers 40, 70, and 64, respectively. On the other hand, the 1980s saw Barry Manilow gain immense popularity as a touring performer, both in the United Kingdom and the United States. He sold out the U.K.'s Royal Albert Hall five times and at least once at Wembley Arena and Blenheim Palace. Back in the U.S., a ten-night stretch of Barry Manilow concerts brought sold out crowds to Radio City Music Hall. During this period, he would often work with Mel Torme, Sarah Vaughn, and Dionne Warwick. Also during this time, he changed the type of music he played, first to jazz and blues with 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe, and then to cover music in the '90s.
While Barry Manilow tours always drew audiences during the ‘80s and ‘90s, it took almost fifteen years for his albums to return to commercial success. Over the past couple years, Barry Manilow has been quite busy. In 2006, he released The Greatest Songs of the Fifties; this greatest hits album debuted at number one and was his first number one album since Barry Manilow Live in 1977. Also during 2006, Barry Manilow received an Emmy Award for a performance of his that was aired on PBS entitled Barry Manilow: Music and Passion. After receiving the Emmy Award for this performance, Barry Manilow released a second album, The Greatest Hits of the Sixties. Since then, he has released several more decade-themed albums plus several albums of new material. Barry Manilow’s most recent album, My Dreams Duets was released in October 2014.
America Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist - 1979, 1980
Emmy for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program for Barry Manilow: Music And Passion - 2006
Grammy Award for Best Pop Male Vocal Performance for “Copacabana” - 1979