There's not a U.S. recording artist alive that has received more major awards than Bob Dylan, who picked up the Medal of Freedom on Tuesday from President Barack Obama at the White House.
"There is not a bigger giant in the history of American music," Obama said during a packed ceremony in the East Room of the White House.
Here's a list ranking Dylan's most prized trophies, statues, honors, etc.
1. Medal of Freedom (2012)
2. Pulitzer Prize Special Awards and Citations (2008)
3. Kennedy Center Honors (1997)
4. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1988)
5. Grammy Award: Album of the Year for "Time Out of Mind" (1997)
6. Academy Award for Best Original Song "Things Have Changed" from "Wonder Boys" (2000)
7. National Medal of Arts (2009)
8. Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres (1990)
9. The Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize (1997)
10. Grammy Award: Lifetime Achievement (1991)
Now, if Dylan could just add the Nobel Prize for literature to the list.
—Photo of President Barack Obama and Bob Dylan from The Official Twitter of Bob Dylan.