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.
Today In Music History: 01/11/17Ted Nugent gets stitches, Paul Simon sings in South Africa, Nirvana hits "Saturday Night Live" and Johnny Cash lights the "Ring Of Fire."
Today In Music History: 12/28/16Elvis takes LSD, Led Zeppelin opens for Vanilla Fudge, Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys drowns and Nirvana, Pearl Jam and the Red Hot Chili Peppers play on the same concert bill.
Today In Music History: 12/19/16Happy Birthday to Venus Flytrap! We also get Elvis and The Beatles, "Calendar Girls" and "Wildwood Weed," and two Paul Simons on "Saturday Night Live" at the same time......Today In Music History.
Paul Simon Re-imagined by Nico Segal on 'Stranger'The track combines "The Werewolf" & "The Clock" from Simon's recent record "Stranger to Stranger"
Today In Music History: 10/13/16A horde of birthdays Today in Music History. Marie Osmond, Sammy Hagar, Paul Simon, John Ford Coley and Robert Lamm from Chicago are all having birthdays. Paul plays guitar and George plays bass, do you know the song? And today we get the album and song "American Pie."
Watch Paul Simon Perform 'Wristband' at Austin City LimitsPaul Simon made his first appearance at Austin City Limits earlier this year and fans can now get a glimpse into that performance.
Today In Music History: 08/15/16Happy Birthday to Tom Johnston, lead singer of The Doobie Brothers, he is turning 68 today. It's also the anniversary of the beginning of Woodstock and if you have some kind of connection with 1985, the #1 song on the radio was "Shout" by Tears For Fears.