1. Remembering everybody he’s ever interacted with–except Garfunkel.
Celebrities tend to forget their fans, but not Paul Simon. He forgets Art Garfunkel.
2. Performing with George Harrison.
When a Beatle and a boy who attended Queens college get together and play “Homeward Bound” and “Here Comes The Sun” it has to be great.
4. Singing “Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes” with Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
The first minute of this performance is A cappella and the audience is completely silent, letting Simon and Ladysmith Black Mambazo sing about a crazy woman with crazy shoes.
5. Performing after September 11th.
With an American flag behind him and an FDNY hat on his head, Paul Simon plays “The Boxer.” He sings it to the the police officers and firemen on stage who, only weeks prior, saw the the Twin Towers fall. This is one of Simon’s most important performances of his career.
- Four people died in what officials are calling a terror attack after a car drove into pedestrians near Parliament in London. A suspect was also killed by police.
- Republicans are working overnight trying to finalize a deal that'd allow their Obamacare replacement plan to pass in the House.
- Rep. Adam Schiff said there's "more than circumstantial evidence" that Trump's campaign colluded with Russia during the election.
- A 4-month-old golden retriever named after Joe Biden got to meet and even lick the former vice president at the Capitol today 🐶❤️