The legendary American singer-songwriter Paul Simon tours the UK and Ireland this November in support of Stranger To Stranger.
Paul Simon to play Dublin concert
Updated: 24 May 2016
Following the news of his UK tour, Paul Simon has confirmed that he will pay a visit to Ireland in November.
The singer is set to headline Dublin’s 3Arena on 21 November, which will mark the end of his UK and Ireland tour.
Starting his tour on 3 November in Bournemouth, Paul Simon will play shows in Cardiff, London, Manchester and Nottingham during November.
Paul Simon UK tour
Updated: 17 May 2016
Paul Simon has confirmed a tour for November, which supports his latest album, Stranger To Stranger.
Taking in dates across the country, Paul Simon’s tour will start on 3 November at Bournemouth’s BIC. Paul Simon will play shows in Cardiff, Manchester, London and Nottingham during November.
Paul Simon’s tour will include two shows at the celebrated Royal Albert Hall in London. The concerts will take place on 8 November and 10 November.
The legendary singer’s tour supports his thirteenth album, Stranger To Stranger. The collection follows his 2011 release So Beautiful Or So What.
The American musician’s extensive career has seen him earn great acclaim from fans, industry and musicians alike. Don’t miss your chance to see the man behind hits The Boxer, You Can Call Me Al, Mrs. Robinson and The Sound Of Silence.
About Paul Simon
Paul Simon has etched his influence on popular music in a career that has spanned over 50 years. Paul Simon has been responsible for some of the most recognisable songs, such as his big solo hit You Can Call Me Al and a long list of classics he wrote while being part of the acoustic duo Simon & Garfunkel with Art Garfunkel.
After parting with Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon embarked on a remarkable solo career. He notably released the hit single Don’t Call Me Al and played a sold-out Paul Simon concert at New York’s Central Park, which was documented in the 1991 live album and video, Paul Simon’s Concert In The Park.
But Paul Simon will always be most known for his work in Simon & Garfunkel. Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel released their debut album Wednesday Morning 3am and first single I Am A Rock in 1964. They went on to release a huge number of classic, songs such as The Sound of Silence, Bridge Over Troubled Water, The Boxer and, of course, Mrs. Robinson, the much-loved theme tune to the blockbuster The Graduate starring Dustin Hoffman.