The neck of my Guitar

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June 20, 2004 - USA / Ohio
Cincinati - U.S.Bank Arena

The band (not all members are present at all shows)

Mark Stewart - Guitars, Cello, Saxophone, selfmade instruments
Jamey Haddad - Percussion
Rob Schwimmer - Keyboards, Theremin
Jim Keltner - Drums
Larry Saltzman - Guitar
Warren Bernhardt - Piano
Freddie Washington - Bass

Fans who attended this show


Review by:
kevin k

I just got back from Simon and Garfunkel in St. Louis. It was the best show ive ever seen. The sound just as good as they used too and were very interested in the croud. They told funny storys and the selection of songs couldnt hv been better. Im so glad i saw them one last time and if i were you i would see them too.

Review by:
Beth Withrow

I saw S&G in Columbus in October 22 for the first leg of the ´Old Friends´ Tour...I thought the Columbus concert was great....but now I know it was just a practice for tonight....As well as I can remember, the setlist was the same....but tonight´s show was absolutely heaven!...The ticket cost me $185 plus Ticketmaster fees, so $203...so more expensive that the earlier show but so worth it....I had a great seat to the right of the stage. about 6 rows up,(section 128, row F) with full view of both performers...as good a seat as fifth row back on the floor....both wore jeans...Artie wore a long sleeve purple cotton tee ...Paul wore a short sleeve orange tee...the Everly Brothers performed as in October...the performance lasted two hours...was so smooth...their voices were so together...just like the old days...S&G also seemed much more at ease with each other and with the performance than the October one....Don´t miss seeing them at any price this trip...may be your last chance....They were fantastic!.....

Review by:
Peggy L.

I´m a baby boomer who has enjoyed S & G since I was a teenager in the late 60´s. The show was fantastic -- I was amazed by how great they still sound. If I didn´t know better, I would have thought I had been transported back in time 30 years. Their range and tone and energy are still as wonderful as they always were, and they sang every song I hoped they would. The video screen above the stage was a nice addition for those of us who couldn´t afford the $180 tickets to be able to see their faces. Who except S & G can mesmerize the audience, without resorting to fancy lighting or other special effects, with just their phenomenal music?