As he gears up for a farewell concert in Queens, watch this performance from his last big outdoor show in New York
Everyone from Elton John to Ozzy Osbourne is launching a final trek this year. But will this really be the end?
The deeply private legend finally opens up about Art Garfunkel, drugs and his songwriting process in Robert Hilburn's epic book
Paul Oakenfold, Groove Armada, Photek, Thievery Corporation and more rework classic 1986 LP in its entirety
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Singer-songwriter extends North American run with dates including trio of New York City shows
From Elton John to Paul Simon and Neil Diamond, a generation of elders searches for a new way to say goodbye
"I've wondered what it would feel like to reach the point where I'd consider bringing my performing career to a natural end. Now I know," singer says
July concert will also feature James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt
Simon just announced a farewell gig in London this summer, but we've heard that line from him before
"The Piano Man" performs "The Boxer" and "Late in the Evening" with Simon, "New York State of Mind" with Cyrus before trio team for "You May Be Right"
Paul Simon and Edie Brickell team for "Waltz Across Texas" and Leon Bridges sings "Funny How Time Slips Away" with Nelson at all-star fundraiser
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Singer also strips down "Hymn for the Weekend" during solo visit for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge