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Barry Manilow Songs
- “I Write the Songs”
- “Mandy “
- “Can’t Smile Without You”
- “Copacabana (At The Copa) “
- “Looks Like We Made It”
- “Could it Be Magic”
- “I’ve Made it Through the Rain “
- “Somewhere in the Night”
- “Weekend in New England”
Barry Manilow Bio
Barry Manilow’s unparalleled career is made up of virtually every facet of music, including performing, composing, arranging and producing. He has triumphed in every medium of entertainment. He has received Grammy, Emmy and Tony Awards and has been nominated for an Academy Award. In January 2002, Manilow launched LIVE2002! after ringing in the New Year at Los Angeles’ most prestigious new concertvenue, the Kodak Theatre. The tour follows the release of Here At The Mayflower on November 13, 2001. Manilow’s latest CD, Here At The Mayflower, set in a fictitious apartment building called “The Mayflower,” is an original addition to Manilow’s catalog. Twenty years in the making, the Number One Adult Contemporary Artist of all time (according to Radio & Records Magazine) wanted to be sure Here At The Mayflower was everything he wanted it to be. Manilow explains, “It’s enabled my collaborators and me to write songs about people of all ages and walks of life… this album is all about people, and friendships… and the cycles in life that we all go through”(Billboard 2001). Here At The Mayflower is Manilow’s 31st album. Among his 31 albums are such diverse recordings as Manilow Sings Sinatra (1998)Singin’ with the Big Bands (1994), Showstoppers (1991), Swing Street (1987), 2:00 A.M. Paradise Café (1984), Because It’s Christmas (1990), and many others, including 38 Top 40 Hits. In addition, every album he has produced for other artists, including Bette Midler, Nancy Wilson, and Dionne Warwick, has been nominated for Grammy Awards. His film credits include the Oscar-nominated “Ready To Take A Chance Again” (from Foul Play), a song for the soundtrack of Walt Disney’s Oliver and Company, and the soundtracks for the animated features Thumbelina and The Pebble and the Penguin.
His television appearances have been well received. Taped in Hollywood at the new Kodak Theatre, the one-hour TV special, Ultimate Manilow, aired on CBS in May of 2002. In 2000 alone, he taped Manilow Live! for DirectTV, followed by a Barry Manilow Country special on TNN. A two-hour A&E special, Barry Manilow: Live by Request aired in 1996 as the highest rated music show in the network’s history. Manilow also appeared on the TV comedy Murphy Brown and most recently on the popular series Ally McBeal. Manilow’s career in the theater ranges from his Tony Award-winning Broadway debut in 1977 to the June 2001 opening of “Could It Be Magic? – The Barry Manilow Songbook.” Manilow worked with Mitzie & Ken Welch to create a show that has “something for everyone.” The music is brought to life by an ensemble of five very talented performers and a six-piece band. “From pop to hip-hop to gospel and rock, the talented cast delivers it all!” (Chicago Sun-Times). The world premiere of his musical, Harmony (with book and lyrics by Bruce Sussman) enjoyed a successful run at the La Jolla Playhouse and is heading to Broadway. The musical is based on the true story of The Comedian Harmonists, a singing group of six young men who attempted to find harmony during the discordant times that led to the rise of Nazi Germany. His collaboration with Sussman also created the debut of Barry Manilow’s Copacabana – The Musical in the U.K. a few years ago. Inspired by his hit single, “Copacabana,” the elaborate two-act musical spectacular ran to packed houses on London’s West End for 18 months and a national company toured the U.S. He made his literary debut in 1987 with the publication of his autobiographical Sweet Life: Adventures on the Way to Paradise. Barry Manilow is involved with worthwhile charities and humanitarian efforts around the world, including The Prince’s Trust, United Way, the Starlight Foundation, numerous organizations fighting the battle against AIDS, and many others. He is the national spokesperson for the Foundation Fighting Blindness. He is also a member of the National Academy of Jazz Board of Governors and the Music Center of Los Angeles.
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