[image-1]Fun fact: Art Garfunkel’s website lists every book he has read since 1968. Really. Apart from this endearing documentation, the ’60s legend continues to fascinate old and new fans with his musical legacy. After hoping to promote his 2012 solo album The Singer, the “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” singer had to cancel a slew of dates on his last big tour due to vocal chord troubles. But after some time off, Garfunkel’s back on the road and taking on lots of sweet little venues along the East Coast, including our own Circular Congregational Church on Sat. June 7 (showtime’s at 8 p.m.). “We believe we have the perfect intimate setting for his concert,” Judy Hammett, event coordinator at the venue tells us. “With the architecture and acoustics of Circular Church, this promises to be a very special evening with a music icon. Every seat in the house will give ticket holders an opportunity to be up close with the legend.” Expect a relaxed show full of storytelling, fresh material, and ever-beloved songs from his Simon and Garfunkel days. To purchase tickets, visit musicfarm.com.