Barry Manilow has announced three giant live shows in London next year.
The live shows celebrate Manilow’s latest album This is My Town: Songs of New York, which was released last month.
In addition to tracks from his newest release, Manilow will play a host of classic songs from his back catalogue, including hits Copacabana and Mandy.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 12 via usual outlets and direct from The O2.
Manilow came out in April and revealed that he had been married to his partner and manager Garry Kief for two years.
Manilow explained that the reason he had not come out for so long was because he was concerned about how it would affect his fans.
“I thought I would be disappointing them if they knew I was gay. So I never did anything,” he said.
Manilow later said that he was thrilled by the reaction of his fans and strangers to his coming out.
“These strangers say the most beautiful things to me. They thank me for helping them through their lives.”
“I’m a musician. Yes, fame hit me, but I never really wanted to go on that ride,” he said.
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