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.
Listen to Paul Simon’s New Take on ‘One Man’s Ceiling'
This update is part of an upcoming album that finds Paul Simon revisiting moments from throughout his career.
Paul Simon Returns to Old Favorites With 'In the Blue Light'
The singer-songwriter takes another pass at some of his favorite – and, in some cases, lesser-known – songs.
Paul Simon Kicks Off U.S. Farewell Tour - Set List, Videos
Paul Simon kicked off the U.S. leg of his Homeward Bound farewell tour last night at Seattle's Key Arena.
Paul Simon Announces Final Leg of 'Homeward Bound' Farewell Tour
Paul Simon has called these dates "a big thank you" to fans, before he settles in to spend more time with his family.
Paul Simon Announces 'Homeward Bound: The Farewell Tour'
Paul Simon revealed dates for his last-ever tour of North America and Europe, which will take place in the spring and summer of 2018.