Barry Manilow “My Funny Valentine” now available to AC/Hot AC radio programmers
“My Funny Valentine”
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Publishing: Chappell & Co
Publishing Affiliation: ASCAP
Album Title: Night Songs 2
Record Label: Stiletto Entertainment
Barry Manilow is releasing a very special song most perfect for February, a rendition of the classic “My Funny Valentine” from his Night Songs 11 album. It’s already creating an “out-of-the-box” reaction. “We’re so excited about Barry’s new single that we will be featuring it on our New Music Monday show next week”, says Michele Sanders music director at the new WNHE radio in Music City. You may recall that the Washington Post noted after Barrys headlining performance at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway, Among the few things one can count on in life: the taste of McDonalds cheeseburgers, I Love Lucy reruns are still funnyand Barry Manilow never wearing out his welcome at the top of the charts (Billboard Magazine). Barry Manilows unparalleled career encompasses virtually every area of music, including performing, composing, arranging and producing. A Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee, Manilow has triumphed in every medium of entertainment. Having sold more than 85 million albums worldwide, Manilow is one of the worlds all-time bestselling recording artists. His success is a benchmark in popular music. The Grammy, Tony and Emmy Award-winning musician has had an astonishing 50 top 40 singles including 12 #1s and 27 top ten hits. Rolling Stone crowned him a giant among entertainersthe showman of our generation, and Frank Sinatra summed up Manilow best when Ol Blue Eyes told the British press, Hes next. His residency in Las Vegas, Manilow: Las Vegas The Hits Come Home! made its debut in May 2018 to rave reviews and sold-out audiences and was awarded the Best of Las Vegas awards for Best Resident Performer/Headliner and Best New Show. In 2017 Barry Manilow received the BMI Icon Award and is ranked as the #1 Adult Contemporary Artist of all time, according to Billboard magazine. With the release of his very special “My Funny Valentine” from Night Songs 11, Barry Manilow is back on current radio where he belongs.