The “I Write The Songs” musical, showcasing the best of Barry Manilow’s music, takes to the stage at the Albert Halls, Friday, 22 March.
Canadian and worldwide acclaimed musician, Bryant Olender plays a fitting homage to Barry Manilow with a musical journey through the life of the great man.
The amazing vocals of Bryant recreates the ambience of Manilow in concert as he skilfully leads a wonderful cast and accomplished band performing two hours of the hits of this multi-million record selling artist.
As Michael Bublé’s former Musical Director and pianist, Bryant ensures show goers experience hit after hit in the blockbuster show.
Barry Manilow sold more than 80 million records worldwide with 47 top 40 hit singles many of which reached the top spot.
Bolton is the first stop in England before the show continues on its 22 venue tour of the UK.
Manilow’s work is brought beautifully back to life by the amazing vocal skills of Bryant with the support of his band who cover Barry’s work including “Mandy", "Can't Smile Without You", and "Copacabana".
This concert style show is full of Barry’s other hits and fans are guaranteed to join in and singing along.
Bryant Olender said: “I can’t wait to travel around the UK to see as much of cities like Bolton, places where Canadians don’t usually visit, I’ve heard the northern audiences are the best”
This feel good show is a must see for any fan or lover of great live music and will put a smile on anybody’s face.
"I Write the Songs" was written by Bruce Johnston in 1975 with Barry Manilow topping the charts with his version of the song.
The show starts 7.30pm, Friday 22 March and tickets are £23.25 available from Quay Tickets by calling 0843 2080 500, Bolton Central Library every Saturday between 9am-5pm or online.