Music icon Barry Manilow discusses his latest album, "My Dream Duets," which features collaborations with late music legends like Whitney Houston, John Denver and Sammy Davis, Jr. Manilow says, “It’s the most amazing album. They somehow made it as if we’re singing together yesterday.”moreless
For his new album, “My Dream Duets,” Barry Manilow performs with several music greats who have passed away, including Louis Armstrong. He sings a mash-up of the song “What A Wonderful World/What A Wonderful Life.”moreless
He’s sold more than 80 million records and has released over 40 albums, and now Barry Manilow has a new project called “My Dream Duets.” But he tells Kathie Lee and Hoda he didn’t expect it to soar to the top of the charts.moreless
Early Show Special Contributor Ayla Brown got a chance to meet the music legend Barry Manilow in Las Vegas on the very stage that he performs his "Manilow" show 78 times a year, to discuss his life, his career and his "Manilow Music Project."moreless
James Woods returns to seek revenge against Peter. James Woods finds Peter's wallet, which he lost at Barry Manilow concert, and proceeds to steal Peter's identity, and his family. Peter decides to ruin James' career and image.moreless
Ally has hallucinations with Barry Manilow. Richard assigns Ling to work with Jackson Duper, the firm's newest lawyer. When they meet, Ling discovers that Jackson slept with her in the past under a fake name. They have to handle a double case of a man who wants his marriage annulled because his wife is a nymphomaniac and cheated on him 106 times and is suing the minister for having a torrid affair with her. Between the unisex bathroom, Elaine's vibra and Melanie's Tourette, Jackson is going crazy with his new job and questions his future in the firm. Meanwhile, John proposes to Melanie but Melanie doesn't want to be institutionalized.moreless
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