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posted Friday, May 22, 2015 - Volume 43 Issue 21
Barry Manilow bids adieu with 'One Last Time' tour stop in Seattle
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Barry Manilow bids adieu with 'One Last Time' tour stop in Seattle

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

BARRY MANILOW
W/SPECIAL GUEST
DAVE KOZ
KEY ARENA
May 27


He's made it through the rain, he wrote the songs that made the whole world sing, and now after four decades of recording music and playing shows, he's tryin' to get the feeling again with a final slate of live appearances on stages across North America. At 71, Barry Manilow's 'One Last Time' tour is indeed the last opportunity audiences will see him perform all the hits they grew up listening to, from a disco number about a showgirl named Lola to an infectious pop tune that we can't stop smiling along to all these years.

Manilow is the quintessential catchy songwriter, starting out as a commercial jingle writer ('I am stuck on Band-Aid 'cause Band-Aid's stuck on me') and Bette Midler collaborator, then embarking on his own musical career that earned him platinum records, a series of #1 hit singles, Grammy and American Music Awards, an Emmy, Oscar nomination, TV specials, and universal fame. He's performed on the White House lawn, Royal Albert Hall, Central Park, Radio City Music Hall, and at Harpo Studios - yes, the queen of daytime television, Oprah, invited him as a guest on her show on three separate occasions.

'One Last Time' includes over 30 songs that span Manilow's long career; most of them are played in their entirety and some are combined into medleys. The show is said to run about 90-minutes with no encore and is likely to feature a duet with opener Dave Koz, who interviews this week with Seattle Gay News. Aside from Seattle, the tour will touch down in Vancouver (May 26, Rogers Arena) and Portland (May 28, Moda Center), eventually wrapping up on the East Coast with performances scheduled for Philadelphia, Newark, Boston, and Manilow's hometown of Brooklyn. This is definitely a concert that any and all 'Fanilows' will not want to miss.

To purchase tickets for Barry Manilow's 'One Last Time' show with special guest Dave Koz, go to axs.com. Prices range between $17.75 and $125.75. Concert time is listed at 7:30 p.m. with doors opening about an hour before, so be sure to arrive early to catch both Koz and Manilow perform.

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