Today In Music History: 10/18/17Simon and Garfunkel reunite on SNL, Hanson sings The National Anthem and The Animals play "The Ed Sullivan Show" Today in Music History.
Today In Music History: 10/13/17The Who release "My Generation," The Beach Boys sing "Good Vibrations," and Matchbox Twenty headlines their first tour. Today in Music History! Happy Friday 13th.
Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, James Taylor, More Set for Hurricane Relief BenefitDonations raised from the event, being held in Austin, Texas, will go towards the Rebuild Texas Fund.
Today In Music History: 08/16/17We lose Elvis 40 years ago today. 59 years ago today we got Madonna. Today in Music History, we get the Ramones at their first concert, a couple of marriages, a world record a new lead singer for Genesis.
Today In Music History: 08/15/17The Beatles set a record, U2 sets a record, and Boyz II Men set a record Today in Music History, not to mention this little thing called Woodstock.
Today In Music History: 05/30/17Paul Simon has a number one song and gets married. Led Zeppelin begins what will be their final album together and David Bowie hits the road.
Paul Simon and Stephen Colbert Update 'Feelin' Groovy' for Scary 2017"Hello lamppost, nice to see ya—we might get bombed by North Korea. We're getting close to World War IIII, so run for the shelters—feelin' groovy!"
Today In Music History: 05/19/17Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Dusty Hill and Pete Townsend are having birthdays. Billy Ray Cyrus releases his debut album, The Eagles release "One of These Nights" and the movie "Thank God Its Friday" has its premier in New York City.
Today In Music History: 04/26/17Elvis has the #1 song, but B.J. Thomas has the longest title of a #1 song. Studio 54 opens in NYC with the current President in attendance and we lose the great Lucille Ball, all Today in Music History.
Paul Simon Announces 2017 North American Tour DatesSimon will be on the road throughout the month of June.
Art Garfunkel to Reveal Life Lessons in Official AutobiographyThe book, published by Alfred A. Knopf, finds the musician recounting his boyhood in Queens, meeting Paul Simon in school and recording their first hit together.
Today In Music History: 01/18/17Paul Simon dumps law school for music, Pink Floyd completes "Dark Side Of The Moon" and Glen Frey checks out to the Hotel California in the sky.

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