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Post  Admin on Sun May 15, 2011 1:57 am

Paul Simon, making his very not-debut appearance on the show. Will any of the other members of The Wolf Pack show up tonight to help Helms push The Hangover Part II? Will Simon once again don a turkey costume? Anything is possible.. The people who made music in the Sixties are.well, Paul Simon turns 70 this year. It was fair to ask whether anyone still among the living would be able -- with the same power that. Paul Simon -- whose sound stretches to Africa, the swamps of Louisiana and beyond -- is a musical citizen of the world. So when Simon stood center stage at the Upper West Side's Beacon Theatre on Tuesday night, shielded by an acoustic guitar,. Paul Simon has brought joy to so many for so long, but on this night he made Rayna Ford's dream come true. During a show in Toronto on May 7, Rayna Ford, a fan from Newfoundland, called out for Simon to play \"Duncan,\" and said something. Paul Simon reveals professional rivalry with Bob Dylan. Photograph: Jason Kempin/Getty Images Paul Simon has revealed that Bob Dylan comparisons have caused professional tension over the years, most recently when his request for a duet was not. Cornell Dupree, a guitarist whose quietly bluesy style made him an in-demand session musician throughout the 1960s and '70s for artists like Aretha Franklin, Paul Simon and Ringo Starr, died May 8 at his home in Fort Worth. He was 68.. IT'S FAIR to state that at no other indie-pop show will you ever witness a frontman putting down his guitar to unleash clever hip-hop rhymes, a faithful cover of Paul Simon's You Can Call Me Al, and the band periodically ditching instruments to perform. Of the many fine young singer-songwriters who surfaced between 1964 and 1974, Paul Simon always seemed the oldest soul of them all. Short, sparse of hair, moon-faced, he had none of Dylan's swagger, Jackson Browne's soulfulness, the acerbity of Warren. . shows her versatility with a tastefully understated, back-to-basics collection of classic jazz and pop ballads (with a few rarities) by such masters as Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, Johnny Mandel, Stephen Sondheim and Paul Simon.. Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell seem safe bets, but what about Paul Simon, who played three shows here last week in support of his new album, \"So Beautiful or So What\" (Concord)? The singer-songwriter performing in concert earlier this year..


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