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  • Phil Block

    THIS DAY IN ROCK HISTORY: November 22, 1957: Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel make their first appearance on ABC-TV's dance show American Bandstand -- in their earlier incarnation as Tom and Jerry, playing their minor hit "Hey Little Schoolgirl."

  • Kim Walsh

    "Tom Jerry" (Simon Garfunkel) appeared on "Bandstand" Nov 22, 1957 performing "Hey Schoolgirl," a song that hit No. 54 sold 100,000 copies.

  • Elaina Heavner

    Simon and Garfunkel, formerly known as Tom and Jerry. I think Paul Simon is one of the greatest songwriters. A true artist. Their music blows me away.

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