50 Ways to Leave Your Kronor?
He was sittin’ in the railway station
Lost a ticket to his destination
Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound
"We lost track of him in Gothenburg," ticket agent Julius Malmström confirmed to the Sydsvenskan daily after the star failed to show for a second gig in Malmö on Saturday evening.
Somewhere They Can't Find Me
Garfunkel was due to perform as part of a touring concert entitled "Night of the Proms" alongside Anastacia, Måns Zelmerlöw and John Miles, but shortly before he was due on stage the veteran crooner disappeared.
The Sound of Silence
Julius Malmström confirmed that he had last seen Garfunkel when they drove around in Gothenburg on Thursday, revealing that the artist had expressed concern over his voice.
"He seemed fit but not completely happy with his voice. It is possible that he was off colour, but if you are sick then you need to go to the doctor and get a certificate for your employer," he told the newspaper.
Keep the Customer Satisfied
"This is bad form. Not least for himself. He is an icon in the business and it is regrettable if his career will end like this."
A Most Peculiar Man
Malmström explained that ticker-holders would be entitled to a partial refund once he had contacted Garfunkel's US management on Monday to ascertain what had happened and why Garfunkel had decided to return home.
The Late Great Johnny Ace
Garfunkel was always the odd one with the high notes...shorty was always the brains
Maybe he was sick and didn’t want any part of Europe’s socialized medicine.
Too much Carnal Knowledge, put him in a Catch-22 situation.
I was sitting next to the sound booth (lousy cheap seat.. behind a pole too)... and Garfunkel kept coming back there to yell at the sound technician. He actually was really nasty to the poor guy, I felt sorry for him. Garfunkel seemed like a real ass they way he was acting.
He belongs in jail for theft.
Proof Positive the only thing that will happen if you are high is missing your exit or being on time for a plane....
There must be 50 ways...oh wait...
He was looking for “Jolting Joe” Di Maggio, but only found his “Bridge Over Troubled Waters”.
Garfunkel’s a big nothing without Simon.... Sorry.
He probably wasn’t even missed at the show.
He'd gone to look for America.
I hope there is a good excuse.
Attended the concert in Central Park in 1986 and loved it - 600,000 and they all cleaned up after themselves . . .
Saw Paul Simon at Hard Rock in Hollywood, Florida lately and what a concert that was. That followed the Sting concert at the old Jackie Gleason Theatre in Miami Beach.
And I have tickets to The Who on November 1st - quite the trio of concerts for the past 12 months . . . I can die happy!
Uh-oh. Another “artiste” who’s slipped the dilatory bonds of reason?
Those with tickets get a “partial” refund? What the heck is that all about? Shouldn’t they get a FULL refund and the show’s producer goes after Garfunkel for the money lost? Oh, I guess things must work diffently in a socialist leaning country.