From the star of "The Piano Men" and "Feelin' Groovy",
comes a brand new musical tribute...
I WRITE THE SONGS
When you hear his name, you might immediately think of "Copacabana", but Barry Manilow is responsible for some of the most memorable love songs of the 70's and 80's. Hits like "Weekend in New England", "Could It Be Magic", and "Looks Like We Made It" are just a few of the many tunes Manilow has forever ingrained in our minds and in our hearts in a career that has spanned over four decades, and is still going strong.
Manilow began his career in 1971 as an arranger and music director for Bette Midler, working with her in the studio and on tour. He would go on to produce records for other artists as well, including Dionne Warwick, before his own solo career took off with the breakthrough, number one hit "Mandy".
Join Jim Witter and his band as they explore the songbook of this iconic pop star. you'll hear all the thits that made Manilow famous including "I Write the Songs", "Copacabana", "Even now", "Mandy", "Somewhere In The Night", and many more. You'll learn about Manilow's journey from obscure television writer and arranger to one of the most belove singers of all time!