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Paul Simon’s career started in the late ‘50s as half of a duo called Tom & Jerry. After a brief stint in England as a folksinger, the New Jersey-bred Simon hooked up with his old singing partner Art Garfunkel to form one of music’s most enduring duos. After five increasingly popular albums throughout the ‘60s, Simon & Garfunkel called it quits after 1970’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ LP, opening the door to Simon’s solo career, which he launched with 1972’s self-titled album. ‘Still Crazy After All These Years,’ from 1975, won a ton of Grammys and made Simon one of the biggest artists on the planet. A decade later, he repeated the success with his greatest and most innovative album, the globe-trekking ‘Graceland,’ which explored African rhythms within Western contexts. His most recent LP, from 2011, was his biggest hit, and best album, in 20 years.

Paul Simon’s Authorized ‘Definitive’ Biography Is in the Works

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Paul Simon has pledged his full support and cooperation to a biography being written by former Los Angeles Times critic Robert Hilburn, agreeing to sit for a series of interviews as well as authorizing access to "friends, family and collaborators."

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Paul Simon-Themed Exhibit to Open at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

An exhibit devoted to the life and career of Paul Simon will open at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland tomorrow.

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Watch Paul Simon Cover ‘Here Comes the Sun’ for George Harrison Week on ‘Conan’

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Team Coco

Paul Simon stopped by 'Conan' last night to continue the parade of musical performances scheduled to celebrate the show's George Harrison Week.

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Paul Simon to Be Part of George Harrison Week on ‘Conan’

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Paul Simon will sing a George Harrison song on Tuesday, Sept. 23's episode of 'Conan.'

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Paul Simon to Tackle Shakespeare With Famous Friends

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The last time Paul Simon was part of a stage theater production, it was as the co-writer of his poorly received 1998 Broadway play 'The Capeman.'

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Domestic Violence Charges Against Paul Simon and Edie Brickell Dropped

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The couple will not face any punishment for an incident at their home back in April.

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Paul Simon Slapped By Edie Brickell, Police Report Says

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According to the police report, Edie Brickell slapped Paul Simon because he "broke her heart."

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Hear Edie Brickell and Paul Simon’s New Duet, ‘Like to Get to Know You’

Paul Simon and Edie Brickell
YouTube

Recent court dates notwithstanding, longtime spouses Paul Simon and Edie Brickell are still making beautiful music, and they have the new song to prove it.

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Paul Simon on Domestic Disturbance Arrest: ‘We Love Each Other. We Had An Argument, That’s All’

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"We Love Each Other. We Had An Argument, That’s All"

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Police in Paul Simon Case: ‘There Was Aggressiveness On Both Sides’

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Jim Dyson, Getty Images

Paul Simon and his wife Edie Brickell appeared in court today, asking a judge to dismiss a case in which they were both charged with disorderly conduct following a Saturday night domestic dispute.

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