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So glad your music is in my life. So much troubles lately, I think I am losing my mind. I went to Church this morning, though, and am feeling much stronger. Music and God are the two things I can rely on in this life (well, and my Mommy).
Bridge over Troubled Water and Amazing Grace are my comfort songs. You are loved by us fans for singing it so brilliantly, and Paul Simon for writing it so exquisitely. What a jewel of a song you two accomplished!
Janett Hines - Winnipeg, Canada
Merci Monsieur GARFUNKEL pour le merveilleux moment passé au palladium à Londres dimanche 23 juillet 2017, je suis allé au concert en février à Marseille.... et j'avais trop envie de vous réentendre. Outre le plaisir de revivre les souvenirs de jeunesse, votre voix et vos choix musicaux font du bien à l’âme. je suis venue de Monaco mon lieu de résidence, patricia
Long time listener, first-time guestbook post. I've been a fan of your music (along with Paul and separate from his stuff) probably since I was about 10 or so. Has a strong meaning to me now since I am a lyric writer and trying to break through my fears about it all. - All the best to you and hope to hear new stuff soon. - Cheers from Bloomington-Normal, IL - Matt Gray
Thank you for playing in London last night. Simply beautiful - and I always thought it was only me who sang to cows. I guess they appreciate Art when they hear it. Best Wishes, Steve & Nikkie Mann, UK
Please come and visit us here in Argentina, we are in love with you and your voice and músic.
I hope you will sing for us one day.
My dear Art!
Thank you for that wonderful concert last night in Stuttgart! It was soooo great, you were in a good mood, your voice is brilliant! it was funny, how you "talked" to the dog in the crowd ☻ I hope the crew gave you my letter. I´ll never forget the evening and I say thank you so much. Furthermore good luck fot the tour and hopefully I see you next year somewhere in Germany. I loce you.
Best wishes, your´s Nina :-* ♥♥
My sister, parents and I have always loved your music. You have such a beautiful voice. One of my favorites is All I Know. Thank you for all the joy you've brought to the world with your music.
If you're ever in Chicago, with time to spare, I would love if my parents could meet you. Even if for a few minutes. My sister died last year, and my parents have had a hard time coping. Your music brings them joy and it would be an honor to meet you. I know you're busy, but it's nice to hope. :)
Take care of yourself and thank you!
I will be attending your concert in Stuttgart, Germany next week and can't wait to be there!
My dad was a huge fan of yours and he admired that you also were a mathematician just like him. I grew up listening to your music and always planned to attend a concert of yours with my dad.
Unfortunately he passed away from cancer so he won't make it to your concert.
I will be there for him and it will remind me of great times together with my dad.
Very excited and really looking forward to your show on July 20th,
My dear Art.
I whish you and your family a happy Independence-Day! I hope you enjoy that day and that you watch a wirework tonight. I´ll make my own little firework with a wondersparkler and think of you.
I´m looking forward to see you in Stuttgart in 2 weeks. I´m in the 5th row, seat nr.29 and I´ll wave at you from time to time ♥ Have a good time and take care, I love you...
best wishes, your´s Nina :-* ♥
As I approach my 60th year, I find myself revisiting your music like it was new. My appreciation for it only deepens with time. It seems to me now, that an angel resides within you somehow and allows for your unique vocals to literally touch my soul with every note. As I have been around some form of music all my life, I fully understand the sheer bliss that music can provide to the player/singer. I see and hear that same bliss overcome you when you perform though I've never been able to see a live show. I just want to thank you for sharing a bit of yourself with us. Your sounds keep me inspired.
...and of course, I hope James will also be there in Japan again!
I just got email from a friend of mine and learned that you will be touring in Japan again! This is my friend who introduced me to your songs 40 years ago back in Japan when we were teenagers. She is thrilled to be at your concert in Tokyo again, and I am so happy for her! You have millions of devoted fans there. The tour starts right after your birthday -- how wonderful! Hope Kathryn and Beau will also be with you and enjoy their visit to the country. Thanks for keeping singing for all of us! Please visit Canada some time again!
I Loved your music in the 1970s , as a teen...now at 62, I have revisited your music...and Love and Appreciate the words even more!
The words to the songs have gotten me thru some difficult times lately!
Hope to see you in concert next year!
Just wanted to say that I will be at the Napa Concert which will be my 5th concert in the past two years. Looking forward to hearing you once again.
You were always my favorite!!
There was only one thing I wanted for my birthday this past May, tickets to see Art Garfunkel in Plymouth, Ma 5/20/17. I have this uncanny way of knowing what my gifts are long before they are given. Weeks before your show I was telling friends, I am going to see Artie, Art Garfunkel and with glee in my voice and anticipation. Hubs was foiled yet again. The show was fabulous, the music, your singing and the poems that you shared with the audience. Your voice is still soft and gentle, full of emotion and each song was enjoyed. For Emily Wherever I May Find Her, is my favorite song of all and I was delighted to hear it sung in person. Yes, the music of Simon & Garfunkel was that of my teen years and early 20s, along with that of James Taylor, and other folk type artists. I like a song that tells a story, prompts one to think about life, their life and sometimes influences us to be whom we are. I am looking forward to reading your book coming out this September as I find your poems and thoughts to be a bit zen like, simple bits of life retold with a view of simply realities that we all experience. In the mid 70s I knitted my then boyfriend (now husband) a stripped scarf, yes really. I liked the look of each of you wearing a scarf, why I don't know, but such it was. He has never worn it as he dislikes scarfs and I still have it hoping that someday someone will use it. So, I will end with the thought that many a poster must have. My hope is to someday see you both S&G on stage together. For now, I am happy for in person tours and You Tube and CDs in the car! I think that Tanglewood, Ma on a summer night on the grass with James Taylor would be utterly perfect. "after changes, we are more or less the same" just heard this on a You Tube song/video. How true. We change but essential values remain.... Great show, don't miss it!!
your voice is like listening to an angel
Hi Artie - really number one - !!
Do you remember - everything counts... -
I am so happy to have "our" 14th concert ( yes, 14 ! ) concert, this 14th will be in Stuttgart 20th of July, and i am once again so happy that I have cards in the first ( yes: first ! ) row.
Last year I saw and hear you too in Stuttgart - inside, in july this year it will be outside, I hope you have the really good echo, which is the other half of you....
Which you all the best, do not forget, you are the really number one !!
Think about american tune to get back to your concert, I thin you forgot this one in the few past concerts... :)
Oliver from Korschenbroich/Germany
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