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To: Glenn Petersen who wrote (23308)12/15/2021 2:12:45 PM
From: Frank Sully3 Recommendations

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Re: Happy 80th Paul.

Paul Simon, American Scribe

The singer-songwriter from Queens—who turns 80 next week—took in everything and chronicled his society.

Hi Glenn,

I’ve been a fan of Simon & Garfunkel since the mid-60’s. Their “Sounds of Silence” was my first album, a present for Grammar School Graduation from my NYC cousins. In eighth grade, I studied with the Jesuit seminarians on the top of the hill and we treated “Sounds of Silence” and “I am a Rock” as poetry.

My favorite folk duo, Tracy Grammer and Jim Henry, did an on-line YouTube tribute concert recently for Simon & Garfunkel. All the old favorites served up with their unique blend of guitar, fiddle and soaring vocals.

Hint: To get the most from a Tracy Grammer & Jim Henry on-line YouTube concert, watch it on your big-screen TV in full stereo. It’s like having them give a personal concert in your living room. Just go to YouTube on your TV and search for “Tracy Grammer and Jim Henry Six Feet Apart #12”.



Cheers,
Frank