07:03 PM EDT 09/01/2015
Originally posted 08/05/2015 03:35PM
Billy Joel kicked off the final show at the soon-to-be shuttered Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum with his 1977 hit Movin' Out.
Originally posted 05/25/2015 03:20PM
Art Garfunkel has slammed his former musical partner Paul Simon in a new and far-reaching interview with the Telegraph, describing Simon variously as a "jerk," "monster" and an "idiot."
Originally posted 05/02/2014 01:15PM
Call it a musical reconciliation, or at least a kind of therapy. Just days after the pair were arrested for disorderly conduct, Paul Simon and Edie Brickell have released a new duet together.
Titled "Like to Get to Know You," the song is a gentle acoustic ballad about finding new faith in old love. "I wouldn't trade places with anyone," the pair, married since 1992, harmonize. "Because I'd like to get to know you again."
"I know how you like your coffee," Simon sings. Brickell's rejoinder: "And I know how bad you drive."
Originally posted 04/28/2014 11:15AM
Paul Simon and wife Edie Brickell were arrested over the weekend.
Originally posted 09/11/2011 12:55PM
"Hello darkness, my old friend …"
A somber Paul Simon performed an emotionally wrenching version of "Sound of Silence" at Ground Zero during Sunday's ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center.
Tears flowed among the crowd of victims' relatives and dignitaries gathered on the Twin Towers site as Simon sang the Simon & Garfunkel hit to the accompaniment of his acoustic guitar.
Originally posted 09/13/2010 05:50PM
After 25 years on the air and treating countless audience members to extravagant gifts, it takes a lot for Oprah Winfrey to surprise people anymore.
So she's sending them across the world.
Winfrey, 56, made the surprise announcement on the first episode of her farewell season on Monday that she'll send 300 of her "ultimate" fans on an eight-day trip to Australia this December.
Originally posted 02/22/1999 12:00AM
Bob Dylan and Paul Simon have kicked off a 30-city summer tour that includes hits from their repertoires as well as a few duets. The two musical legends, touring together for the first time, left about 1,000 chairs empty in the 8,000-seat Colorado Springs (Colo.) World Arena on Sunday night -- the tour's smallest venue, reports the Associated Press. But the duo played to an enthusiastic crowd that rushed the stage before the concert and remained standing throughout.
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