The trio will be joined by the Civil Wars' Joy Williams and composer Allen Toussaint, among others.
The Simon tribute is the 10th instalment of a long-running series hosted by philanthropist Michael Dorf.
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Jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux is being sued for $1 million (GBP556,000) by a former lover who claims he rediscovered and nurtured her talent.
WILLIAM GALISON, who has himself performed with stars including Carly Simon, Barbra Streisand and Chaka Khan, claims he co-funded a seven track album entitled GOT YOU ON MY MIND in March 2003 - which Peyroux used as a demo to secure a recording contract with Universal.
Galison claims he found the singer playing in a bar in New York City in 2002 seven years after the success of her debut album DREAMLAND in 1996 and that the pair then moved in together, during which time they formed an act and shared all their costs - including musical expenses.
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Missing jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux has been "found" with her manager in New York City after her record label hired a private detective to trace her.
Universal located the American singer after she left the UK in secret following the success of her new album CARELESS LOVE in Europe - but they were promptly told she has no intention of doing any further promotion for the hit record.
BILL HOLLAND of Universal Classics and Jazz says, "He said we should go away and leave her alone. She doesn't want to see anyone or do any promotion.
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Record bosses are so concerned with the fate of jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux, they've hired a private detective to hunt the elusive star down.
Universal Classics are desperate to locate American singer Peyroux - whose latest album, CARELESS LOVE, is moving up the charts - as she has failed to turn up to recent promotional events and is proving "impossible to track down".
A label spokeswoman says: "She should be overjoyed with the album's chart position, but she has now returned to America and is proving impossible to track down.
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