Barry Manilow at Radio City Music Hall

Barry Manilow at Radio City Music HallThe king Barry Manilow is headed back to New York City for a 5-day show. The singer is getting ready for five back-to-back performances at New York City’s Radio Music Hall. Everything’s happening from the 17th to the 21st of April, 2024. If you’re a fan of the legendary “Mandy” singer, there’s no way you can miss seeing Barry Manilow live in the city! Fans can expect to hear songs such as “Mandy,” “I Write the Songs,” “Looks Like We Made It,” “Can’t Smile Without You,” “Copacabana (At the Copa)” and many, many more.

Come join Barry Manilow as he takes the stage in the Big Apple! It’s not often that the singer comes around to play a series of shows in the area, so grab the chance while it’s here. Tickets to see the star are on sale right now. Hurry and grab yours by clicking ‘GET TICKETS’!

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It was a crazy comeback year for Barry Manilow as he returned this year for a series of shows around the country and his dream musical coming to life. “This crazy year,” Manilow said in an interview with USA Today. “People always say the nicest things. All they want to tell me how much my music has meant to them and to have a selfie and I am happy to do it. They believed in me when I didn’t believe in me.”

Earlier this year, he played a sold-out run right here at Radio City Music Hall too. He also played a record-breaking residency at the Westgate Resort & Casino in Las Vegas with his ongoing “Barry Manilow – The Hits Come Home!” He officially broke Elvis Presley’s record of 636 shows at the venue’s International Theatre in September. Plus, his 30-year dream of bringing his original musical “Harmony,” to Broadway has finally come true. 

He’s capping the year off with “Barry Manilow’s A Very Barry Christmas,” a holiday special airing on NBC on the 11th of December. “I’d been doing this Christmas show (on the road) for about five years and I love it and the audience loves it. We changed the set around and we have snow and Christmas trees and the presents and it’s wonderful. When the curtain opens, it looks like a Christmas card,” the singer said about the show. “It’s a cut-down version of my 90-minute show but it’s the highlights – Christmas songs and some of mine that people love.”

Barry Manilow has had countless hit songs over the course of his career – seven decades to be exact! – and you may wonder what he will be playing when he arrives at Radio City. At the moment, it is yet to be confirmed the exact setlist he will be playing next year. To give you an idea of what he might play, here’s the setlist for his last show at the venue in June of this year.

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About Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow is an American singer and songwriter with a career that spans seven decades. He first became active in the music industry in 1964 but only began his career as a recording artist in the 70s.

Since then, he has recorded and released 51 Top 40 singles on the Adult Contemporary Chart, including 13 that hit number one. 28 of the singles appeared within the top ten while 36 reached the top twenty. Manilow has released 13 platinum and six multi-platinum albums. Barry Manilow is often praised by his peers in the recording industry, including Frank Sinatra. In the 1970s, the singer was quoted as saying, “He’s next.” – on Manilow. Indeed, he was. 

His breakthrough hit “Mandy” debuted in 1974. It was the first of many hit singles and albums that lasted through the early 1980s. It continued to the multi-platinum and multi-hit albums Tryin’ to Get the Feeling, This One’s for You, Even Now, and One Voice.

In the 1980s, Barry Manilow topped the Adult Contemporary radio charts with songs such as “The Old Songs”, “Somewhere Down the Road”, “Read ‘Em and Weep,” and “I Don’t Want to Walk Without You.” His international success was beginning too as he played multiple sold-out concerts in the United Kingdom. 

At this time, he also starred in his only lead acting role. The singer portrayed Tony Starr in the 1985 CBS film Copacabana, which was based on his 1978 hit song “Copacabana.” He starred in the movie alongside Annette O’Toole as Lola Lamarr and Joseph Bologna as Rico.

By the 1990s, Barry Manilow continued on with his Christmas LP Because It’s Christmas. He also released a tribute to Frank Sinatra “Manilow Sings Sinatra” (1998) released months after Sinatra’s death.

In the past decade, Barry Manilow has held concert residencies, Broadway performances, and many more.  He also scored his 36th top-20 Billboard Adult Contemporary chart hit with “When the Good Times Come Again.” The track peaked at number 12. It was revealed that the song was originally recorded for his self-titled 1989 album and never released as a single.

When Barry Manilow makes his way to New York City for a five-day extravaganza, you better be sure not to miss it. The shows will be full of the singer’s greatest hits, as well as unforgettable performances from the 80-year-old pop star. If you don’t have tickets for the show yet, we recommend you book your tickets right now! Be quick before they sell out!

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