February 19, 2009

Rolling Stone:

Last week Simon and Garfunkel reunited for three songs at New York’s Beacon

Theatre. Now the pair of singer-songwriters are talking about hitting the road. “Our plan to work together is coming together,” Art Garfunkel told the BBC. “But it doesn’t go through England this time.”

Paul Simon’s manager Jeff Kramer confirmed this in a statement to Rolling Stone: “Yes there have been conversations taking place, but nothing has been confirmed.”

While it probably won't be great as the above clip, those of us who have never seen them together would sure enjoy it. Here's hoping.

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