The New Yorker Reflects On Paul Simon’s Final Show

The New Yorker highlights special moments during Paul Simon’s final show of the Homeward Bound Tour.

“His voice, boyish and clear, was something of a liability at the start of his career—he neither snarled nor whooped, like many of his peers, which led some critics to believe that his work was less urgent. Now it simply gives these songs an eternal youthfulness.”