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March 09, 2015

Paul Simon & Sting - On Stage Together

This weekend’s concerts in Krakow & Prague Now Cancelled Due to Illness

For Immediate Release, Wednesday, March 11, 2015.

As reported earlier this week, after being diagnosed with the flu and a high fever, under doctor's orders, Sting was forced to cancel these performances while he recovers at home in New York City. While attempts were made over the last 2 days to reschedule these events, unfortunately due to existing artist commitments and routing conflicts the promoters were unable to do so.

March 04, 2015

Paul Simon visits Portlandia this Thursday! Catch Paul's guest appearance on IFC Thursday, March 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Billboard is exclusively premiering a clip from the episode, in which Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein hijack a fan Q&A with Paul Simon to ask a lengthy, pointless question that's more about them than him.

Watch the clip here.

Paul Simon on Portlandia
February 24, 2015

In celebration of Paul Simon’s UK tour with Sting, we are proud to announce the April 13th release of Paul Simon: The Ultimate Collection, an exclusive UK collection which will feature all the hits by Paul Simon AND Simon & Garfunkel on one album, for the very first time.

The 19-song collection features "You Can Call Me Al," "Mrs Robinson," "Graceland," "The Sound Of Silence," "Me & Julio Down By The School Yard," "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and many more.

Pre-order yours now: http://smarturl.it/PSTUC?iqid=ps.site

February 17, 2015

Music played a big part of SNL's 40th anniversary festivities Sunday night. ... Paul Simon returned to to the Studio 8H stage to close out SNL's 40th Anniversary special, though first he made sure the musicians of the Saturday Night Live band got the standing ovation they deserved. Backed by Lenny Pickett and Co., Simon fittingly performed a dulcet rendition of "Still Crazy After All These Years," accentuated by a blazing saxophone solo from Pickett.

Watch the video below and read more at Rolling Stone.