The neck of my Guitar

Back to concert list

July 25, 2004 - Sweden
Stockholm - Globe

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:
Pelle Karlsson

Simon and Garfunkel keep their customer satisfied and much more. Very good version of only living boy in new york and keep the customer, sounds and bridged better can nothing be, american tune and slip sliding wourth too die for. Somthing negative a bad version off homeward bound but why complain it was a very very good evening in copenhagen.

Review by:
Leif Geiger

A purley magical night. Above all expectations! Same play-list as earlier - no Brighet Eyes/Graceland though.

Stockholm Globe Arena July 25

Old friends
Hazy Shade of Winter
I Am a Rock
At the Zoo/Baby Driver
Kathy´s Song
Hey Schoolgirl

- Everely Brothers (looking even younger than S&G :)

Scarborough Fair
Homeward Bound
Sound Of Silence
Mrs Robinson
Slip Slidin´
El Condor Pasa
Keep the Customer Satisfied
Only Living Boy i N.Y.
American Tune
Mt Little Town
Bridge Over Trouble Water
1st Encore:
The Boxer
2nd encore:
Leaves That Are Green
57th St Bridge song/Feelin´ Groovy

They sang ebtter than I´ve ever heard them, a flwless performance of truly professional artists and band! And what a duo they make :)

Review by:
Anders Osterman

Thanks Paul & Artie with orchestra for a wonderful music show. Also thanks to the Everly Brothers. This evening in ´The Globe´ will sure be one of
the greatest memory in my life. I ´ve seen Paul & Artie 1982 in Stockholm, and also seen Paul tree times alone in Stockholm, but this yesterday show
was extraordinary. Pauls superb finger picking on his Martin guitars together with Arties voice was like a magical dreamn to come true.
It is not easy to pick out the favourites among all the beatiful songs from this super-duper evening, but I was impressed by ´Kathys song´, ´American tune´ and ´The leaves that are green..´ And of course Arties high tunes in ´Bridge over troubled water´... / Thank you - Anders

Review by:

Simon and Garfunkel in the Globe 2004-07-25 is the best concert I´ve ever seen, and probably ever will see. I myself work as an A&R at one of the major record labels in Sweden and I´ve seen about 2000 gigs in my life.

Even though I´ve been a fan of S&G´s for years I never expected that this 26 year old would dry his eyes from tears at least 8 times during the 2 hours with S&G on stage.

Simply a magnificant evening... and the concert of my life!

Review by:

It is near the evning, as we passes down Sockholm in the subway, as we get to the globe I really starts to feel the atmosphare, there was so much more young people than I could ever imagne to se a band that had hang on while before their time, a history back in the 1960´s. I thought I was one of the few teenagers who really enyojed the musik of the 60´s, I was wrong. As we steped in to our seats we saw all the people who had gathered here for one reason: to see ´Simon and Garfunkel, Old Friends Tour´, and once again I started to feel the enormus excitment that lied heavy in the air. As the Friends started, i was enchanted by hearin the very same voise I have heared so many times in radio or on a CD, yet hear it was more real and thus I felt the music within me. And the very same feeling as the Simon and Garfunkel feeling, this is two brothers who had played in the early 60´s and still like to play!

Review by:

I´m a 17-year-old girl from Finland and a great fan of S&G. I thought I could never see they live on stage until I noticed last spring that they are coming to Sweden. I had to pay 500 euros to get to Stockholm but the concert was really worth that. It was one of the greatest evenings in my life... I still talk about the concert almost every week with my best friend who was there with me. It was an unforgettable moment when S&G came on the stage and began to sing. Their voices sounded as good as (or even better than) then when they were young. I cried almost the whole evening...

Review by:
joakim svensson

Its was wery good!wonderful concert It was amazing to se paul and art stand at the stage.

Review by:
Edward Mulholland

I remember this gig like it was yesterday. Thank God I finally found a bootleg of this wonderful show. Growing up in Belfast, Northern Ireland in the 1970’s everyone had a record player. My parents didn’t have a lot of records, but we did have the Greatest hits/Best off album.
Just to be in the same room with them created an incredible vibe. Audiences in Stockholm are usually spoiled rotten ?- everybody comes here. Not that night - from the first song they sang there was an electric spark in that room.
I remember when they played Sound of Silence the awe that swept through the Globe - the hair on the back of my neck stood up.
One of the best gigs I’ve ever seen. And The Every Brothers were the icing on the cake.