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How Music Changed - 2012 Shows

It’s kind of funny to remember that, as a child, I used to associate this album with sadness and a foreboding sense of ‘coming of age’. In 1970, I was only ...read more


In 1968, Simon and Garfunkel released their first masterpiece. Their previous albums showed steady and progressive growth from album to album, and ...read more


By 1967, Simon and Garfunkel were one of the most popular musical acts in the country, so it is odd to note that they did not release an album that year, ...read more


Once “The Sounds of Silence” became a surprise hit, things started to happen very quickly for Simon and Garfunkel. They rush-released their second ...read more


When Paul Simon returned from England, he expected his reception to resemble the greeting intimated by his (then) most recognized song. “Wednesday Morning ...read more


In the earl sixties, most American college-aged kids found themselves abandoning pop music and rock and roll for the new trend of folk music. Paul Simon ...read more


Few superstars had beginnings that were as inauspicious as Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. As teenagers living in the Borough of Queens, they came of age ...read more


In a poll taken from soldiers during World War II, Bing Crosby was selected as the most important personality for boosting troop morale. Apparently, ...read more


As famous as Bing Crosby may have been before the War, it paled to his popularity during the conflagration. Bing’s fame and relaxed demeanor made ...read more


Perhaps it was true that video killed the radio star in the 1980’s, but fifty years earlier, Bing Crosby had precious little to worry about. When he ...read more


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