Paul Simon

Artist Statistics

Below are the number of appearances made, sorted by the most popular types of performance. Repeat performances are not counted, unless stated otherwise.

Artist Appearances

Episode Performance
06/12/1990 The Obvious Child

08/11/1990 The Obvious Child
Music Video

25/10/1990 The Obvious Child
Music Video

08/01/1987 The Boy In The Bubble
Music Video

09/10/1986 You Can Call Me Al
Music Video

25/09/1986 You Can Call Me Al
Top 40 Breaker Clip

22/06/1973 Take Me To The Mardi Gras
Danced to by Pan's People

18/05/1972 Me And Julio Down By The School Yard
Danced to by Pan's People

04/05/1972 Me And Julio Down By The School Yard
Audience Dancing

09/03/1972 Mother And Child Reunion
Played Over The Charts

24/02/1972 Mother And Child Reunion
Audience Dancing

17/02/1972 Mother And Child Reunion
Audience Dancing


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