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  1. Garfunkel and Simon: Garfunkel calls Simon a 'monster with a Napoleon complex'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 |

    Art Garfunkel is still very sore over his long running feud with former music partner Paul Simon . Garfunkel slammed Simon in a recent interview over their 1970 breakup according to a Sunday, May 24 report from the Huffington post .


  2. Art Garfunkel Lashes Out at Paul Simon in New InterviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | RollingStone

    Art Garfunkel lashed out at his former Simon & Garfunkel partner Paul Simon in a scathing new interview where the singer accuses Simon of suffering from a Napoleonic complex and suppressing Garfunkel's creativity. Speaking to The Telegraph , Garfunkel also cites Simon as the reason why the duo aren't embarking on a reunion tour and even takes a mild jab at Paul McCartney.


  3. World Music from Slovakia project to introduce top ensemblesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Slovak Spectator

    ... PaCoRa Trio (Stanislav Paluch on violin, Marcel Comendant on cymbalom, Robert Ragan on double bass) has merged jazz, folk, classical music and other genres, including e.g. early music. Their first album already got the attention and interest of ...


  4. Bob Dylan Turns 74: His 5 Most Memorable Moments in Film (...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Billboard

    ... a youthful portrait of Dylan as it followed the young, then-23-year-old during his three-week tour of England in 1965. Folk singer Joan Baez and Donovan made appearances in the doc. Though Bob Dylan himself didn't appear in the film, the 2007 biopic ...


  5. SAY Award: Help choose the Scots album of the yearRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 |

    ... announcing its most impressive longlist to date a few weeks ago, representing a bold array of rock, pop, soul, folk and electronica albums, all released between January 2014 and March 2015. Last year's victors, Young Fathers, are nominated again and ...


  6. Art Garfunkel calls Paul Simon a 'monster with a Napoleon complex'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | NME

    ... a Napoleon complex. SEE MORE: First Aid Kit cover Simon and Garfunkel's 'America' Addressing his decision to leave the folk duo following the pair's most successful album 'Bridge Over Troubled Water', Garfunkel said: "It was a weird stage of my ...


  7. Cotten-Picking, Rootin' Tootin', SassafrassingGuitar HeroRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Crooked Timber

    ... Records - Folksongs and Instrumentals with Guitar. Her signature tune "Freight Train" became hugely popular among the folk musicians of the revival of the late 50s/early 60s, being covered by Joan Baez and Bob Dylan among many others. She started to ...


  8. Gnarly Trombone: Taking time to honor those who servedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Greeley Tribune

    ... often think of my old friend, Merlyn, who was one of the funniest guys I've ever known, who played the guitar and sang folk songs in the 1960s when we were in college, and volunteered for the Army because he loved to fly. He became a helicopter ...


  9. PERFORMANCE: Polly Gibbons at Birdland on July 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | All About Jazz

    Resonance Records presents Polly Gibbons Many Faces of Love - One Show Only - 6:00pm on July 2nd at Birdland Resonance Records will present Polly Gibbons in her triumphant New York City return on Thursday, July 2, at 6:00pm at Birdland. She will be showcasing her debut release on Resonance Records, Many Faces of Love.


  10. Art Garfunkel: Paul Simon is a 'monster' with a Napoleon complexRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Their tender folk-rock harmonies provided some of the most memorable music of the Swinging Sixties.


  11. 'I have created a monster': Art Garfunkel on his 45-year battle...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Daily Mail

    Body believed to be of missing kayaker 'murdered by his fiancee' is pulled from the Hudson River a mile from where he disappeared one month ago 'I have created a monster': Art Garfunkel on his 45-year battle with Paul Simon which remains one of showbiz's bitterest feuds But rather than close the book on his feud with former bandmate Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel has thrown another jibe in his direction. Describing the other half of his legendary musical duo, the 73-year-old has said his kindness towards Simon 'created a monster'.


  12. ListenUp: Bob Dylan on Letterman, new music from Bilal and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Cool Hunting

    Boston-based DJs Soul Clap have been making feet move and hips grind with their ever-evolving explorations of funk, disco and house, and their strength lies in teasing out the dance potential lying dormant in other tracks. Their latest re-work is of the house track " Whispers ," from the little known production duo Son of Sun, adding an extra layer of energy to the gritty, vintage-esque original mix.


  13. Dance Review: The Show Must Go On, Tramway, GlasgowRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Sunday Herald

    He's a bit of a prankster, is Jerome Bel. But as Candoco's full-on,fabulous delivery of The Show Must Go On makes abundantly clear, this radical French choreographer has the knack of using wayward humour to challenge how we perceive other people, not least in terms of physical aesthetic.


  14. A Freaky Fungus Called 'Jew's Ear'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Forward

    ... "Jew's ear." After all, Judas was a Jew. As far as fungi go, it's actually a pretty amazing species. It's been used in folk medicine to treat sore throats, eye infections and jaundice. Today it is still used in Chinese medicine and as a blood tonic ...


  15. Matt Rambo, late save get Maryland past Johns Hopkins, 12-11, in NCAA men's lacrosse semifinalRead the original story

    Saturday May 23 | The Maryland Gazette

    Matt Rambo made sure his homecoming Saturday was a happy one. A resident of Glenside, Pa., a suburb about 15 miles north of Philadelphia, and a graduate of La Salle College High in nearby Wyndmoor, Rambo was the difference in the Maryland men's lacrosse team's NCAA Division I tournament semifinal.


  16. Canada's Gordon Lightfoot to play classicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The West Milford Messenger

    ... enhanced when he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame. Lightfoot was honored for his role in defining the folk-pop sound of the 1960s and '70s. In his native Canada, Lightfoot is a hero, bestowed with a Governor's General Award, Canadian ...


  17. Ensemble Espanol's Popular "Flamenco Passion" Performances Return to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 |

    Ensemble Espanol's popular "Flamenco Passion" live dance and music performances return to the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd, June 19 & 20, as part of the 39th American Spanish Dance & Music Festival, showcasing the elegance and passion of Spain's dance, music and culture .


  18. A little bit of deflation does you goodRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 | David Smith's

    Britain's drop into deflation has produced a mix of curiosity, celebration and, in some quarters, alarm. The fact that the consumer prices index last month was 0.1% lower than a year earlier is of little practical significance.


  19. 'My relationship with art is like how some people write blogs': Kamal MustafaRead the original story

    Sunday May 24 | The Star Online

    "I'm new in this business. My relationship with art is like how some people write blogs.


  20. H.S. track: Kennedy's Qwashon Powell, Hawthorne's Kaitlin Salisbury shineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 |

    There aren't many athletes in the history of New Jersey track and field who can lay claim to winning four state sectional championships. Powell, the Kennedy sprinter, and Salisbury, the Hawthorne whirlwind, each collected four gold medals over the weekend at the North 1, Group 1 and 4 state sectionals at Randolph.