NEW YORK (AP) - Unless they get in yet another squabble, it looks like Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel are reuniting for a concert tour.
The former duo has reserved dates at concert arenas across the country, Gary Bongiovanni said, editor of Pollstar, a concert industry trade publication.
The mega-selling folk-rock duo broke up more than three decades ago and they've had a fractious relationship since. They put their arms around each other after singing "The Sound of Silence" at the Grammys.
The New York-bred duo, known for Garfunkel's angelic voice and Simon's writing prowess, scored hits with "The Boxer," "Mrs. Robinson" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water."