Art Garfunkel, often the lesser known of the due Simon & Garfunkel, speaks about fame, breaking up the band, and losing his instrument.

Art Garfunkel and Paul Simon will forever go down in history as one of the greatest musical duos of all time. Simon & Garfunkel’s sound is still as unique today as it was when it all began back in the 1960s.

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Although the folk-duo didn’t rise to fame until the 1960’s, Garfunkel and Simon originally met in Queens, New York when they were only kids. They would go through several breakups as a musical act before The Sound of Silence topped the charts.

Recently, Garfunkel sat down with CBS Sunday Morning to discuss his new memoir, What Is It All but Luminous: Notes from an Underground Man, his time in Simon & Garfunkel, his family, and more.

Watch the music legend’s interview for yourself:

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