Here's what's going viral now on Facebook:

"Paul Simon - Sound of Silence (9/11 Ceremony - NYC)."

Ten years to the day after the terror attacks of 9/11, crowds gathered at the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan to honor those killed as hijackers crashed planes into the Twin Tower, Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field.  Among those performing at the memorial, Paul Simon, who sang "Sound of Silence," a #1 hit from his days with Art Garfunkel.

Simon released an album largely inspired by the events of 9/11 and also performed in the "America: A Tribute to Heroes" broadcast benefit that aired 10 days after the attacks.

Keeping on the theme of 9/11, next there's:

"Empire State of Mind (Part II) 9/11 Tribute."

This comes from the folks over at State Farm.  The insurance company paired with director Spike Lee for a touching tribute to the heroes of New York.  Nearly 150 New York City-area schoolchildren, from 8 to 11 years old, visited four firehouses, thanking New York's bravest through song.

Finally, Facebook users are hitting the like button on:

"Skylar Grey - Invisible."

She may not be a household name...yet...but this girl can do it all.  She earned a Grammy nomination for writing Eminem and Rihanna's "Love the Way You Lie", performed with Diddy on "Coming Home" (another song she wrote), and also lent her voice to the Fort Minor hit "Where'd You Go."  Remember Duncan Sheik's "Barely Breathing"?  She was a part of his touring band.  Oh yeah, she's also a record producer.  Now, she's giving it a go on her own, and "Invisible" is her first single off her new album.  It's a song she performed at the World Peace Event this past July in DC...appearing along with the Dalai Lama.  'Cause, you know, we all have that kind of luck and skill.

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