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Barry Manilow plays Pittsburgh 'one last time'

| Thursday, March 26, 2015, 10:47 p.m.
Barry Manilow starts the 'One Last Time' tour with 'It's a Miracle' in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
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Barry Manilow starts the 'One Last Time' tour with 'It's a Miracle' in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Barry Manilow opened his set in Pittsburgh with 'It's a Miracle,' 'Could it be Magic,' and 'Somewhere in the Night' on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune - Review
Barry Manilow opened his set in Pittsburgh with 'It's a Miracle,' 'Could it be Magic,' and 'Somewhere in the Night' on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Barry Manilow performs his 1975 hit single 'It's a Mircale' in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune - Review
Barry Manilow performs his 1975 hit single 'It's a Mircale' in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Barry Manilow performs in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune - Review
Barry Manilow performs in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Barry Manilow performs in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune - Review
Barry Manilow performs in Pittsburgh on Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Saxaphone player Dave Koz opens the show for Barry Manilow during the 'One Last Time' tour in Pittsburgh, Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune - Review
Saxaphone player Dave Koz opens the show for Barry Manilow during the 'One Last Time' tour in Pittsburgh, Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Saxaphone player Dave Koz opens the show for Barry Manilow during the 'One Last Time' tour in Pittsburgh, Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune - Review
Saxaphone player Dave Koz opens the show for Barry Manilow during the 'One Last Time' tour in Pittsburgh, Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Saxaphone player Dave Koz opens the show for Barry Manilow during the 'One Last Time' tour in Pittsburgh, Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.
Jack Fordyce | Tribune - Review
Saxaphone player Dave Koz opens the show for Barry Manilow during the 'One Last Time' tour in Pittsburgh, Thursday, March 26 at Consol Energy Center.

Pop star Barry Manilow is preparing to retire from touring after some four decades of performing — but not before bringing his “One Last Time!” tour to Pittsburgh's Consol Energy Center on March 26.

Manilow, with his band of 13 musicians, is taking his tour to cities including Boston and Los Angeles, then performing for the first time at the Barclays Center in his native Brooklyn, N.Y. on his June 17 birthday.

From 2005 to 2011, Manilow — who has won Grammy, Tony and Emmy awards — performed more than 400 concerts at the Las Vegas Hilton and Paris Las Vegas and has limited his other concert appearances.

Manilow's best-known hits include “Copacabana,” “Can't Smile Without You” and “Could It Be Magic.”

His latest album, “My Dream Duets,” came out in October and debuted at No. 4 for his 15th Top 10 album.

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