Barry Manilow Sets an Exciting New Record

Barry Manilow performs onstage during the
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Iconic crooner Barry Manilow just set another record! He now has the record for the most lifetime concert performances at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. During one of his recent shows, Manilow was presented with a plaque by the Radio City Rockettes, known for their performances at the concert hall as well.

Manilow said about the prestigious honor, “Radio City Music Hall is one of the greatest venues in the world. What a thrill and an honor to receive this distinction.” While Manilow often performs in Las Vegas, he has been known to share his music with New York City. His current residency at Radio City started in May 2023 and he has since sold out most of his shows.


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After his performances in October, it will bump up his performances at Radio City to 48, obviously more than any other artist. In May, Manilow will return to Las Vegas to resume his ongoing residency at the Westgate Resort & Casino. After that, he will do some shows in London, which he has confirmed will be his last shows in that city.

Barry Manilow performs onstage during the "Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives" Premiere Concert during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival at Radio City Music Hall on April 19, 2017 in New York City

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Fans should not fret if they can’t travel far because he is also going to be heading out to various arenas around the United States this summer. Manilow is set to appear in cities such as Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Texas and more. Get the full list of his tour dates on his website.

Have you ever seen Manilow in concert or do you plan to attend one of his shows this year? Sounds like he is winding down on doing tours so don’t miss out!

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