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>> That's better than I usually do.>> Grammy Award winning singer, Paul Simon, is preparing to say farewell. Paul Simon, known for songs like, Graceland and You Can Call Me Al, announced on Monday, that his upcoming tour would be his last. In his announcement, Simon said the decision stems from the December death of his lead guitarist.
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And the time spent away from his family.>> That's pretty much what it was, just squabbles.>> Simon rose to fame in the 1960s, alongside Art Garfunkel, as Simon and Garfunkel. The duo later split and Simon returned to performing solo.>> Gentleman, if you would do the honors?
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>> In 1986, he released Graceland, which would sell 14 million copies and win two Grammys. The 76 year-old is the latest pop star to step back from touring. Elton John and Neil Diamond both announced their retirements, last month.>> I like collaborating with other artists.