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Paul is mourning the passing of his longtime friend, the former head of Warner Bros. Records, Mo Ostin.
“Mo and his family have been my close and dear friends for many, many years. He lived a good, long life of 95 years but I would have…
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What an absolute pleasure to work with Nathaniel Rateliff and his incredible band (Luke Mossman, Joseph Pope III, Pat Meese, Andreas Wild, Jeff Dazey, Daniel Hardaway, Mark Shusterman). Nathaniels curation of my music and all of the artists he selected to participate was overwhelming. My sincere thanks to those artists…
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- 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover
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- A Church Is Burning
- A Hazy Shade Of Winter
- A Most Peculiar Man
- A Poem On The Underground Wall
- A Simple Desultory Philippic (Or How I...
- Ace In The Hole
- Adios Hermanos
- All Around The World Or The Myth Of Fi...
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During his distinguished career Paul Simon has been the recipient of many honors and awards including 12 Grammy Awards, three of which (“Bridge Over Troubled Water”, “Still Crazy After All These Years” and “Graceland”) were albums of the year. In 2003 he was given a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award for his work as half of the duo Simon and Garfunkel. He is a member of The Songwriters Hall of Fame, a recipient of their Johnny Mercer Award and is in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Simon and Garfunkel and as a solo artist. His song “Mrs. Robinson” from the motion picture “The Graduate” was named in the top ten of The American Film Institute’s 100 Years 100 Songs.
Awards + Achievements
- 1968 GRAMMY: Record of the Year “Mrs. Robinson” – Simon & Garfunkel
- 1975 GRAMMY: Best Pop Vocal Male – “Still Crazy After All These Years”
- 1982: Paul Simon inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame
- 2001: Paul Simon inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame