Barry Manilow postpones Chicago concert until July

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Barry Manilow has postponed his Chicago concert on Wednesday because of a sprained vocal chord. | Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images

Barry Manilow has postponed his Chicago area concert scheduled for Wednesday at Allstate Arena.

Manilow announced in a Facebook post that his concerts this week in Rosemont and Los Angeles will be rescheduled for the summer. The entertainer is resting a sprained vocal cord, the post said.

Allstate Arena ticketholders will be able to use their tickets at the new concert date on July 29.



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The 73-year singer received the BMI Icon Award last Tuesday in honor of his 50-year music career.

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