A Manilow Archive subscription costs $19.95 per month. The cost goes towards operation of the site, while all remaining proceeds benefit the Manilow Music Project. Once you have subscribed, you also have the option of renting past episodes for 1 token each. Tokens cost $1.99 each and can be purchased here. If you subscribe for 3 months or more in a row you will receive unlimited access to the archives for no extra fees! Impatient and don't wan't to wait 3 months? Purchase an All Access Subscription here for $59.99 and get immediate, unlimited access for 3 months!
The Manilow Archive is an online subscription video service that gives fans the unique opportunity to experience one-of-a-kind performances right from their computer. On the first of each month a new concert becomes available to with your subscription. Concerts are selected by you the subscriber. Each month you will get to vote for a concert from a list compiled by both Barry and user submitted suggestions. The winning concert will play the next month and will be available to watch, as often as you like, for the entire month. Once the month is over, that concert moves to the "archive" section, and a new video debuts. The "archive" section contains every previous concert that has been featured on the Manilow Archives. All concerts in this section become available to rent.
Within 24 hours of your subscription purchase, Starz.bz will activate your subscription and send you an email with your login number. This usually takes up to one business day. Subscriptions automatically renew every 30 days unless you decide to cancel your subscription. If you decide to cancel, please e-mail email@example.com. If you use a token to rent a video, you can watch as often as you like, for one week. You must already be a monthly subscriber to rent.
In addition, to being able to see rare concerts and relive memories, your subscription benefits the Manilow Music Project. In response to the needs of the local public schools and their severely depleted music programs, Barry Manilow gathered some friends and formed The Manilow Music Project as part of his nonprofit Manilow Fund For Health & Hope. The mission statement of the Manilow Music Project highlights the importance of music programs in our schools and donates instruments and materials to school music programs.