Simon's Awards, Honors, and Inductions

2012 Polar Music Prize
2011 American Academy of Arts and Sciences induction
2010 Honorary Doctorate, Brandeis University 
2007 Gershwin Prize, given by the Library of Congress (inaugural award)
2006 Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People"
2005 BMI Icon Award (Simon's songwriting catalog has earned 39 BMI Awards including multiple citations for "Bridge Over Troubled Water," "Mrs. Robinson," "Scarborough Fair" and "The Sound of Silence". As of 2005, he has amassed nearly 75 million broadcast airplays, according to BMI surveys.)
2003 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (with Garfunkel)
2002 Oscar nomination, "Father & Daughter"
2002 Kennedy Center Honor
2001 Grammy nomination, You're the One
2001 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction (solo)
2001 MusiCare's Person of the Year
1998 Tony Award nomination, The Capeman (musical)
1998 Songwriters Hall of Fame, Johnny Mercer Award
1998 Grammy Hall of Fame, Bridge Over Troubled Water (album)
1990 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction (with Garfunkel)
1987 Brit Awards, Best International Solo Artist
1987 American Music Awards, Graceland (album)
1987 Grammy Award, "Graceland" (song, released in the following year)
1986 Grammy Award, Graceland (album)
1982 Songwriters Hall of Fame induction 
1978 Emmy, The Paul Simon Special (writing)
1975 Grammy Awards, Still Crazy... (album) and "Still Crazy..." (singing)
1971 Grammy Awards-- seven awards for Bridge Over Troubled Water (album and song), five with Garfunkel. Only Michael Jackson and Santana have won 8 at one ceremony. 
1968 Grammy Awards, "Mrs. Robinson" (song and singing), as well as The Graduate (album and production)

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