Four of Simon & Garfunkel’s singles went gold between 1966 and 1970. Can you name them all?
Music video by Simon & Garfunkel performing Mrs. Robinson. (C) 1982 Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment [ Vev Link ]...

Simon & Garfunkel - Mrs. Robinson

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Check out these rare alternate shots from Simon & Garfunkel’s iconic cover shoot for ‘Bookends.’ What’s your favorite classic 1960s album cover?
“At 19 or 20, a young man is burning to be great at something. I was.”

Happy birthday to Art Garfunkel!
If you haven't yet, make sure you get your copy of 'Greatest Hits' on Apple Music!

Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits by Simon & Garfunkel

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All of your Simon & Garfunkel favorites are on their ‘Greatest Hits' album! Get it today on Apple Music:

Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits by Simon & Garfunkel

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Happy #NationalCoffeeDay! Get your acoustic fix with our Coffeehouse Blend playlist, featuring Simon & Garfunkel: smarturl.it/chb_sptfy?IQid=sgfb
"Well, it's great to do a neighborhood concert…” Simon & Garfunkel reunited for a benefit concert in Central Park on this night in 1981. Over 500,000 people attended--were you one of them?
How many times have you seen Simon & Garfunkel in concert?
Simon & Garfunkel were musical guests on ‘The Red Skelton Hour’ in 1966, between the release of their albums ‘Sounds of Silence’ and ‘Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme.’
Initially overlooked by audiences in 1964, Simon & Garfunkel's “The Sound of Silence” became the duo’s first No. 1 hit when it was remixed and re-released one year later, establishing the duo as one of the biggest acts of the 1960s.
Spring is in the air, and there’s no better time to get to a park. Simon & Garfunkel did just that on ‘The Concert in Central Park,’ one of the best live albums around: [ Smarturl.it Link ]
"I remember the nights we'd harmonize till dawn, I never laughed so long, so long, so long..." - Simon & Garfunkel
Discover the meaning behind the song "America," originally released on the 1968 album 'Bookends.'

Simon & Garfunkel's "America'"

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