Maybe the only thing better than a legendary artist performing at a small club in his hometown is when the show marks the end of a tour. That criteria applies to 'Paul Simon: Live at Webster Hall New York,' a concert special airing on PBS stations starting Dec. 3.

'Live at Webster Hall New York' captures the legendary Queens, New York-raised Simon's concert on June 6 in Manhattan that wrapped up a two-month U.S. tour of intimate venues. In addition to spotlighting the recent single 'Rewrite' and other material from his latest album, 'So Beautiful or So What,' Simon also played many of his classic hits during the Webster Hall show, such as 'Mother and Child Reunion' and 'Kodachrome.'

That's not the only Simon-related TV news: He's scheduled to perform Nov. 2 on TBS' 'Conan' as part of host Conan O'Brien's weeklong New York run of his late-night talk show, taking place at one of Manhattan's other intimate venues, the Beacon Theatre.