Americana: Bob Dylan honored with presidential Medal of Freedom
Songwriter Bob Dylan received the presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama at the White House this week to honor a lifetime of contributions to American music and culture.
Dylan, now 71, has recorded more than 40 albums of folk, country, rock, and gospel music.
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