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Art Garfunkel

Art Garfunkel

  • Carnal Knowledge (1971) December 10 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Born: November 5, 1941 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Forest Hills, New York, USA Profession: Music ...
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1956:
Teamed with high school classmate Paul Simon to form folksinger duo Tom and Jerry
1963:
Started performing as Simon & Garfunkel
1964:
Duo released debut album <i>Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.</i> on Columbia Records
1965:
First No. 1 single, "The Sounds of Silence"
1996:
Cover of traditional British carol "Scarborough Fair" reached Top 20
1968:
Recorded the classic theme song "Mrs. Robinson" for soundtrack to "The Graduate," starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft
1970:
Released Simon & Garfunkel's landmark fifth album <i>Bridge Over Troubled Water</i>
1970:
Made feature film debut in Mike Nichols directed "Catch-22" as Capt. Nately
1971:
Once again directed by Nichols in "Carnal Knowledge"; earned Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor
1973:
Solo debut, <i>Angel Clare</i>
1975:
Reunited with Paul Simon for the hit "My Little Town"
1982:
Performed <i>The Concert in Central Park</i> with Simon, which was released as a live album
1989:
Published collection of his prose poetry <i>Still Water</i>
1990:
Simon & Garfunkel inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
1991:
Performed theme song for CBS comedy series "Brooklyn Bridge"
1993:
Acted in Jennifer Lynch's controversial crime drama "Boxing Helena"
1996:
Completed walk across the United States, which he started in 1984
2002:
Made songwriting debut in ninth solo album <i>Everything Waits to Be Noticed</i>
2003:
Reunited once again with Paul Simon for successful world tour
2009:
Played supporting role in romantic comedy "The Rebound"
2011:
Executive produced musical documentary "The Harmony Game" about the making of <i>Bridge Over Troubled Water</i>

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