Len Berman and Michael Riedel interviewed music superstar Barry Manilow this morning and talked with him about his new Broadway musical Harmony. Manilow said he and his long-time lyricist Bruce Sussman wrote all new songs for Harmony and have been trying to get it to Broadway for nearly 30 years. "We've had various presentations of the play, we've had great reviews, but could never get it to Broadway." Michael Riedel asked Manilow how he felt when he saw Harmony open Monday night at the Barrymore Theater, Manilow said he was "overwhelmed, Bruce and I knew we had a solid Broadway musical, we just needed to find the right producer to get it up and running," said Manilow. When asked if he gets tired of singing one of his many hits Manilow said, "Every time I hit the stage I act like I've never sung the song before, it's the only way I can work. Manilow told the guys he did feel like he was mailing it in when he sang Looks Like We Made It, so he dropped it from the show for a couple of months and then brought it back when he felt honest about singing it again.