Tag archive: Barry Manilow

Barry Manilow To Perform At Washington DC’s “A Capitol Fourth”

Barry Manilow To Perform At Washington DC's "A Capitol Fourth"

Barry Manilow will be headlining this year’s Fourth of July celebrations in the nation’s capital.  The music legend is leading the line-up for PBS’ annual holiday special “A Capitol Fourth.”  Barry is set to kick off the festivities with a surprise medley, and will also close the concert as fans enjoy the fireworks display live…

Barry Manilow Says 40 Years Of Major Tours Is Enough

Barry Manilow Says 40 Years Of Major Tours Is Enough

Barry Manilow says he really meant it when he called his current tour “One Last Time!”  He tells “Billboard” the trek that started Wednesday night in Omaha, Nebraska will be his last major outing.  He assures fans he isn’t retiring.  But he says after more than 40 years, he’s done too much packing and too…

Slash, Santana, Manilow Among Stars Contributing To WhyHunger Auction

Slash, Santana, Manilow Among Stars Contributing To WhyHunger Auction

Slash, Carlos Santana, The Allman Brothers, and Barry Manilow are showing their support to WhyHunger.  The stars are among the many celebrities with memorabilia and other packages in the organization’s annual “Hungerthon 2014.”  Slash and Santana each have an autographed guitar up for bid, while Manilow has signed a piano bench for the auction.  The…

Barry Manilow’s “Dream Duets” Debuts In Top Five

Barry Manilow's "Dream Duets" Debuts In Top Five

Barry Manilow and his impressive list of duet partners are back in the top ten.  “Billboard” says the crooner’s latest effort, “My Dream Duets,” bowed at number four on the Billboard 200 after selling 51-thousand copies last week.  The collection of duets with Whitney Houston, Judy Garland, and other late icons gives Manilow his 15th…

Barry Manilow Sings With Whitney Houston Vocals On “The View

Barry Manilow Sings With Whitney Houston Vocals On "The View

Barry Manilow is introducing a new collection of duets he’s recorded using the vocals of musicians who have passed away.  On Tuesday’s episode of “The View,” he stopped by to sing a version of “I Believe In You And Me,” which he rearranged with parts of the late Whitney Houston’s voice. The performance included visuals…

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