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Farewell Barry Manilow Tour to Launch in 2015

November 19, 2014 by Amy

Barry Manilow Tour

Having already been largely absent from the tour circuit in recent years, award-winning singer-songwriter Barry Manilow is planning to make it somewhat permanent after the conclusion of his aptly titled One Last Time Tour. The North American leg of the venture is set to launch in early 2015 and will span until at least June, though if other artists’ “farewell” tours have been any indication, there may still be more to come from Manilow later down the road.

For now, fans can catch the “Copacabana” singer during his forthcoming 25-plus city trek, which will stop at most major North American venues beginning Feb. 17 at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb. Other notable destinations on tap include Chicago (Feb. 14), Los Angeles (April 14), and Brooklyn for the tour finale on June 17, where Manilow will celebrate his 72nd birthday during his Barclays Center debut.

Having spent much of his time in Sin City for various Las Vegas residencies over the past several years, Manilow’s One Last Time Tour is designed to give North American fans a final chance to catch him live in concert without potentially having to travel far. Those in Las Vegas need not worry, however, as Manilow is scheduled to stop at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 10.

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With more than three decades’ worth of material at his disposal, Manilow is sure to delight audiences with a wide range of tracks from his extensive song catalog. To date, his list of chart-topping tunes includes “Mandy,” “I Write the Songs,” “Looks Like We Made It,” “This One’s For You,” and “Can’t Smile Without You,” among others.

Album-wise, Manilow added two more to his discography in 2014 with the release of March’s “Night Songs” and October’s “My Dream Duets.” The former features stripped down piano-only versions of handpicked standards like “I Fall in Love Too Easily” and “Here’s That Rainy Day,” while the latter quite literally lives up to its title. For the 11-track album, Manilow was digitally paired with late artists like Whitney Houston and Louis Armstrong to create unique duets of some of his favorite songs. 

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