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So, so, so excited to see you on Saturday, Artie, at the Cerritos Center! And I can't wait for September 26th to come to read your new book!
I'm bringing my Watermark vinyl and a Sharpie with me to the concert. It's... not going to happen, but... just in case!
Today in my English class I presented The Sounds of Silence (the original 1964 version) as part of a group project. I brought my Wednesday Morning vinyl with me and toted it around school all day, brandishing that extra-large "SIMON & GARFUNKEL" title proudly. During the presentation I quoted your letter to Paul that's on the back of the vinyl; your explanation of the theme of the song turned out to be quite helpful.
Today my friend said that I breathe Simon & Garfunkel. I think she's right.
Your greatest sixteen-year-old fan and hopeful honey-haired signature-seeker,
I am just wondering about books that may have not made your list. I occasionally read 1/2 of a book and get annoyed with it! For example, I read about 1/3 one book lately and put it back down because the entire genre and 'mood' of the book suddenly changed. I bet you'll know the book if you read it. I felt tricked! Just wondering if you ever feel the same way. My favorite books lately are by Philippa Gregory, such amazing historical fiction in so many different points of view!
Thanks for reading my little book rant:)I had to stop reading The Amityville Horror because it scared me so badly I couldn't sleep! Another half-read book by Jan.
Dear Mr Garfunkel,
I wrote to you about your love of the countryside and whether you would like us to send you our copy of Half Earth? For someone of your power and influence, it's got to be the only game in town.
This isn't my personal e mail, but that of my grandmother because I don't use my e mail to write to strangers. I hope you understand.
Hello Art - I just saw your show in Prescott Arizona and absolutely loved it from beginning to end. Thank you soooo much for playing Bright Eyes. I love the song and I love the movie which it goes with "Watership Down". Thank You once again Art and may the rest of your day be kind to you.
Just wanted to thank you for all you have given us. The concert in Central Park was great and I periodically watch it again... never gets old. Your the best
Dear Art ,
thank you so much for your live show in Milan two weeks ago.
It was a wonderful and magic evening.
I love your voice and songs since I was eleven when I saw you on television (Concert in Central Park).
I was a child,but after a few days,I bought this album.
I had a dream :
to see you on stage.
Now,after 35 years,this dream came true.
Please,come back in Milan again !
All the best
Dear Mr. Garfunkel
THANK YOU for helping me through my life. I can see that I am just on of many that you have touched. THANK YOU for giving so much to us.
Dear Art :
I want you invite you and your staff to come to Buenos Aires, Argentina. I am sure there are a lot of fans here waiting for you. I heard James Taylor is coming here on April , why not you?
I send you my love and respect, thank you ,thank you,thank you and God bless you!
I saw you for the first time on 15th feb in Milan, where I live.
I'm 25 now but I have been listening to your music since I was a child. I believe I was 10 years old. I found a dusty and old vinyl record my mother used to play when she was my age, and I thought "who are these Simon and Garfunkel?". I thought your hair was looking so nice.
So I listened to the first song "Bridge over troubled water" and fell in love with your music, but above all with your voice.
Seeing you two weeks ago was a dream come true, you are a true gentleman, very kind. I want to thank you for (implicitly) supporting me in very dull and critical situations of my life.
Today I started to play guitar again after a break of almost 1 year and a half, when a very important person for me passed away (I thought that there was no reason in playing music, as I was dying inside). I wanted to thank you for giving me this great joy.
God bless your voice.
We especially enjoyed your concert in Niagara Falls. I was thrilled to see you and Kathryn sing together. Thank you so much for the wonderful time! Please keep singing!
Thank you for your wonderful concert in Lyon. It was a dream for me for almost 40 years now to attend a concert from you. And my dream became true in Lyon on that special night.
I will never forget it for sure.
Take care of you.
I saw you in Padua yesterday night, a dream come true after 40 years!
You've always been my favourite singer!
Thanks for a wonderful concert!
Yesterday I red in your Favorite-List on your homepage, and I was soooo touched by the story about the seal (It´s sooo cute)! This is really awesome, I wish I had such a connection with my mom or dad, when I was a kid...but within the woman, that I am there is still a little girl inside, so I tell you a secret: I still share my bed with my Teddybear :-)
And I agree with you what you said about your camera (super 8) Why throwing something away if it still works? I still use an analogue photo-camera even it takes long ´till I have a film full, and then I take it to the drugstore and wait a few days and I´m happy to have my pictures ☻ Sometimes I miss the 20. century. I´m a child of the 80ies(born 1979) and miss the simple techniques. It´s nice to know that someone else thinks similar like me. And that it´s you, my hero---That makes me feel fine♥
Thank you for sharing this with us all. Take care, have a good time. Best wishes your´s Nina :-*
My dear Art!
Happy Valentine´s Day. I send you all my best wishes and love ♥
God bless you...Good luck on your tour....
Your´s Nina :-* ☻
Hi Art, I'm from the East-coast too, grew up in Paramus, NJ and now live in Manhattan, KS (the little apple). We crossed paths in N. Hollywood at the set of "Mother Goose 'N' Rhyme" actually in the art department. You passed through and I got to see you in person and it was a real thrill. I was a 26 year old production/art department assistant in the summer of 1989. My co-worker, Didi Trepel, at the time (after much coaxing from me) finally got up the nerve to say how much she admired you and tell about the portrait she painted of you. Your response was very soulful, "You must know every line of my face". She had the look as if she was touched by an angel just like your songs touch everyone else. You have the voice of an angel and I am so grateful to have lived during the era of Simon & Garfunkel. I, like so many others have grown up and love your music. Take care of your voice and health.
God Bless -Elaine
My wife and I attended your concert tonight in Marseille, France. We are sadden by the lack of respect a few people had demonstrated during your story telling. I hope that you will forget the stupidity of those individuals and remember the love from the rest of the fans. Despite this disgrace towards the artist you are, you proved again in providing a great performance tonight that you are one of the best voice in the world.
I attended the most magical performance on stage tonight in Marseille 'til i was frozen in my seat, awfully ashamed by such rudeness and ignorance. They so much don't understand and don't worth such sacred moment : the soul of an artist sharing precious memories of a life blessed by an incredible gift.
The gift to touch deeply the one with an open heart to receive the sound of YOUR "Art" through your wondeful voice.
I'm deeply grateful and feel honored for being there so closed to you to live and learn more through your poetry the essence of your work : a "global" artist - a pure artistic soul.
I deeply wish you, your musicians and Fiona just forget what happened tonight and carry on filling us with joy, love and light.
With all my love and respect
(The one who couldn't help crying among the beautiful faces)
Just came home from your concert in Marseille, and I'm so, so ashamed by what happened tonight with the french audience, that I wanted to apologize in the name of Marseille people for this incident that made you leave the stage for a while. I was in the first row among the four 'beautiful faces', the guy just in front of you, and it really broke my heart when I saw you leave because of those such disrespectful people who will never understand that your little stories between the song are part of you, and are a precious gift you just wanted to share with us. I loved every minute of the show, and I wanted to thank you personally for this beautiful moment, which sometimes became 'my' concert, as if you played just for the front row. Thanks again, don't change anything because of some people who will never understand how goodhearted artist you are. Love,
Art...are you coming to the UK soon......saw you in Manchester a few years ago now......you are long overdue...lol.
Very best wishes.
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