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In January 2007, Manilow returned to his hometown of New York City for three shows at Madison Square Garden. One highlight was the showing onscreen of Manilow performing in one of his first television appearances while the "live" Manilow played along onstage. "The Greatest Songs of the Seventies", released on September 18, 2007 was a follow-up album to the record-breaking previous two albums "Greatest Songs of the Fifties" and "Greatest Songs of the Sixties." Manilow surpassed any other artist on QVC selling thousands of albums while performing live during an interview. The album also contained "Acoustic" versions of several Manilow hits.
Although Manilow is now mostly located at the Las Vegas Hilton, he returned to the road in 2007. Several shows were played on the east coast of the United States in August 2007. Four more shows in Uniondale, New York, East Rutherford, New Jersey, Cleveland, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan, took place in December 2007. Manilow launched another short tour in early 2008, visiting several large venues including the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN.
Barry Manilow: Songs from the Seventies, a PBS concert special based on "The Greatest Songs of the Seventies", was taped in Manilow's home town, Brooklyn, New York, October 2007. The show aired on PBS December 2007 and was rebroadcast again New Year's Eve and New Year's Day 2009.
He appeared on American Idol on February 3, 2009 during Holywood Week to give advice to the contestants.