Simon & Garfunkel (feat. The Everly Brothers) - Phillips Arena Atlantla, GA (2003)

On February 23, 2003, Simon and Garfunkel reunited to perform in public for the first time in a decade, singing "The Sound of Silence" as the opening act of the Grammy Awards. Before the show, the duo was presented with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, honoring their musical contributions over the past four and a half decades. They were introduced by Dustin Hoffman, who made his debut in the film The Graduate, which extensively featured their music.

The good feelings generated by their appearance on the Grammys led to another thaw in their relationship. Soon, Simon and Garfunkel launched a two-month long reunion tour of the United States (and Toronto, Canada), which began October 16 and culminated in Tampa on December 21, 2003. Entitled Old Friends, their first tour in over twenty years included forty shows in twenty-eight cities and featured special guests the Everly Brothers. The tour featured in its opening video montage a short series of clips and photos taken during the day leading up to the concert around the venue. Simon and Garfunkel performed "Hey, Schoolgirl", which they said was the first song they had written and recorded together. At the tour concert at Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey, they performed "Leaves That Are Green" in place of "Song for the Asking", which had been on their set list for the other concerts on this tour, following an announcement that they had not played it in concert since 1967. They also played "Leaves That Are Green" at concerts in Cleveland and Boston after making a similar announcement.

The success of the first Old Friends tour led to an encore in June and July 2004 with over 25 shows, this time also in Europe. In July 2004, they completed the tour with a flourish, with a finale at the Colosseum in Rome before an audience which, according to the Mayor of Rome, exceeded 600,000 — even larger than the audience at the famous 1981 Central Park concert. (by wikipedia)

And this is the complete show (including the four songs by The Everly Brothers !) from their Atlanta show !
And it was night, the legends came out to play !

This is an excellent soundboard recording

Warren Bernhardt (keyboards)
Art Garfunkel (vocals)
Jamey Haddad (percussion)
Jim Keltner (drums)
Pino Palladino (bass)
Larry Saltzman (guitar)
Rob Schwimmer (keyboards, theremin, vocals)
Paul Simon (guitar, vocals)
Mark Stewart (guitars, vocals
Don Everly (guitar, vocals on 10. - 13.)
Phil Everly (guitar, vocals on 10. - 13.)

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Simon & Garfunkel:
01. Old Friends (Simon) 3.36
02. A Hazy Shade Of Winter
(Simon) 3.41
03. I Am A Rock (Simon) 4.42
04. America (Simon) 4.51
05. At The Zoo (Simon) 1.39
06. Baby Driver (Simon) 3.03
07. Kathy's Song (Simon) 4.54
08. History of S&G 3.32
09. Hey Schoolgirl (Simon) 1.52

The Everly Brothers:
10. Wake Up Little Suzie (The Everly Brother () 2.21
11. All I Have To Do Is Dream () 3.10
12. Let It Be Me () 3.31
13. Bye Bye Love (with Simon & Garfunkel) 3.13

Simon & Garfunkel
14. Scarborough Fair (Traditional) 4.05
15. Homeward Bound (Simon) 6.07
16. The Sound Of Silence (Simon) 5.09
17. Mrs Robinson (Simon) 5.50
18. Slip Sliding Away (Simon) 5.07
19. El Conda Pasa (Traditional/Simon) 3.52
20. Keep The Customer Satisfied (Simon) 3.32

21. The Only Living Boy In New York (Simon) 4.31
22. American Tune (Simon) 5.05
23. My Little Town (Simon) 4.34
24. Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon) 8.56
25. Cecilia (Simon) 4.39
26. The Boxer (Simon) 8.20
27. The Leaves That Are Green (Simon) 2.51
28. Feelin Groovy (Simon) 7.12
29. Mrs Robinson (Simon)

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