Barry Manilow on Tour in Manilow on Broadway
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The last date listed for Barry Manilow: Manilow on Broadway was Saturday April 20, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Hard-rockin' Texas legends ZZ Top, "That Little Ol' Band From Texas," will share the stage with Jeff Beck at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia. ZZ Top, the bearded masters of blues-rock, are the only rock band ever to keep their entire original lineup intact for 40 years, and Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard are still going strong. Known for such hits as "La Grange," "Sharp Dressed Man," "Gimme All Your Lovin'" and many, many more, their legendary live shows prove that they've still got the chops after almost half a century of rock 'n' roll. Having started his career with The Yardbirds, the Grammy-winning Beck has gone on to rank as one of the most influential lead guitarists in rock history, holding a place among the top five in Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. Expect a full set from each act, and a flame-throwing finale that brings them both back to the stage for some sure-fire shredding. The supporting act for the evening is Grammy-winning guitarist Gary Clark Jr. Hailed as the future of Texas blues, Clark's trademark fuzzy guitar sound and smooth vocal style shows off a sleek new blues style influenced by jazz, soul, country and even hip-hop. Learn More
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My wife and I went to the concert which had a really good size crowd with an average age where I expected it to be, above 40. That said, there were a lot of 20 somethings that saw it as well. I think the only hit of his he did not play was Daybreak. A few more songs from his decades albums would have been nice, making the show a bit longer.
Although Barry is the focus, I thought it odd that the camera projecting to the side screens never lost a tight cropped view of him. I thought that was unusual when he was dancing with his back up singers and when introducing the other band members. Even old tv footage which appeared on the background screen, was not duplicated on the side screens.
As a singer at 68, this guy still has it. He was funny and made some self depricating jokes, staged of course but funny.
I would recommend seeing him and would pay the same money to do so again.
Quotes & Highlights
“Joyous! He’s still got it!” —Entertainment Weekly
“Manilow sends the audience out on a hight note!" —Hollywood Reporter
“Fans will leave happy and humming!" —Huffington Post
Check out the promo video on YouTube.