“The voice is back. I’m in flight again. I believe I have grown through adversity. A new creation has emerged that is truly exciting me — my stage show.”
“I had such hopes of being finally ready to perform,” Garfunkel said. “How painful to try and not be quite yet there.”
Over the weekend, rumors began to circulate that Art Garfunkel was missing, after he missed two concerts in Sweden. Garfunkel’s publicist tells CBS Local that “Due to an unforeseen vocal issue, Art Garfunkel was forced to cancel two shows in Sweden over the weekend. He’s currently back in New York, recovering.”
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
Getting the old band back together is easier said than done. So has been the case for Simon & Garfunkel, who have toured and performed a number of high-profile gigs together through the years but […]
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Today the legendary [lastfm]Paul Simon[/lastfm] turns 69 years young. Thirty-three years ago, the then 36-year-old singer-songwriter had just completed a hot streak of three successful albums, reaching the top of the album and singles charts […]