LAS VEGAS—Nevada Public Radio listeners and members have the rare chance to support public radio and experience Barry Manilow’s production at Paris Las Vegas on March 25 and 26, with special savings of $58 to $72 off regularly priced tickets.

In an elegant setting, Manilow will perform his intimate show that promises to be an evening full of music and magic. Audiences will see this exciting and energetic performer in a whole new light as he sings unforgettable songs that have made him one of the best known singer, songwriters of the

century. Directed by renowned stage and film choreographer, Jeffrey Hornaday, best know for his work on “Flashdance,” “A Chorus Line” and the upcoming “High School Musical 4,” comes an experience audiences will not soon forget.

Throughout the past 35 years, songs like "Copacabana," "Mandy" and "Can't Smile Without You" have made Barry Manilow a true musical icon. With more than 80 million records sold worldwide and 25 consecutive Top 40 hits between 1975 and 1983, Manilow’s success is a benchmark in popular music. He is ranked as the top Adult Contemporary chart artist of all time, according to R&R (Radio & Records) and Billboard magazines and has been crowned “a giant among entertainers… the showman of our generation,” by Rolling Stone. Always the consummate showman, Barry brings energy, sincerity and unforgettable melodies to each and every performance.

A limited number of tickets for the 7:30 p.m. performances on March 25 and 26 at Paris Las Vegas are priced at $50 to $200. Proceeds will directly benefit and must be purchased through Nevada Public Radio.

Tickets must be picked up at the will-call and may not be resold. To purchase tickets, visit www.knpr.org, www.classical897.org or call (702) 258-9895 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays.

About Nevada Public Radio
Nevada Public Radio, a not-for-profit organization, is the state’s premier non-commercial broadcaster of National Public Radio programming and includes News 88.9 KNPR, broadcasting national and regional news and discussion; Classical 89.7 KCNV, a network of rural translator and repeater signals: KTPH, Tonopah (91.7); KLNR, Panaca (91.7); KWPR, Lund/Ely (88.7) and KSGU, St. George (90.3), plus a statewide radio reading service for the visually impaired.

Nevada Public Radio produces 10 hours a week of original content, which is also available on demand at knpr.org, including the national award-winning public affairs program KNPR's State of Nevada. Nevada Public Radio was incorporated in 1975 with its flagship station News 88.9 KNPR signing on the air in 1980. Since early 2008, Nevada Public Radio has provided digital (HD) programming with additional channels of Spanish language, contemporary eclectic music and news broadcasts. Nevada Public Radio also publishes Desert Companion™, a monthly magazine. For further information, call 702.258.9895 or visit knpr.org.