“Simon & Garfunkel”
In 1970, after releasing their fifth album, Bridge Over Troubled Water, legendary folk duo Simon and Garfunkel announced that they were breaking up. In the decades that followed, the two had a few, short-lived reunions, but failed to make it work permanently. Art Garfunkel finally opened up about on the pair’s split in February 2013, saying that the bulk of their issues were due to Mike Nichols (director of The Graduate) casting him and Paul Simon in the 1970 film Catch-22. Apparently, tensions grew when Nichols cut Simon out of the film completely.
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