Music veteran Barbra Streisand will greet fans for the first time in six years. She is in talks to launch a concert tour in the fall, her first since a brief "farewell" trek in 2000, her manager Marty Erlichman said Tuesday March 21st, 2006.
As for everybody to know, reports concerning Streisand's comeback to the road were first brought to public by New York Post, which Tuesday's issue wrote that ticket prices for the concert would top out at $1,500. In fact, "A tour is being explored, but nothing has been finalized, including important aspects not entertained in the media speculation today," so Erlichman told Billboard.com.
"As soon as this is resolved one way or the other -- she may not go out -- the facts will be announced." The manager for the singer added. Elsewhere, rumors on the street said that The Rolling Stones promoter Michael Cohl is in talks to produce the Streisand tour.
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