Barry Manilow has canceled the January 24, 25 and 26 performances of his concert engagement, Manilow on Broadway due to a continuing bout of bronchitis. The January 24 performance was scheduled as the engagement's opening night. The canceled shows have been rescheduled for February 28, March 1 and 2, respectively, at the St. James Theatre. The concert series is expected to resume performances on January 29, which will now be the show's opening night.
Manilow earned a 1977 Special Tony Award for his Broadway show, Barry Manilow on Broadway. The Grammy winner’s pop hits include “Could It Be Magic,” “Mandy,” “Copacabana” and “Can’t Smile Without You.” He has sold over 80 million albums worldwide and has had 49 Top 40 hits.
Get well soon, Barry! We don't really think these folks can fill your shoes.