Quincy Jones Awards



  • Quincy Jones
    • Famous as : Singer, composer, producer
    • Birth Name : Quincy Delight Jones Jr.
    • Birth Date : March 14, 1933
    • Birth Place : Chicago, Illinois, USA
    • Spouse : Jeri Caldwell (1957 - 1966), Ulla Andersson (1967 - 1974), Peggy Lipton (actress, 14-Sep-74 - 1990)
    • Claim to Fame : Instrumental song "Soul Bossa Nova" (1962)

Quincy Jones Awards

  • Academy Awards, USA

    • 1995
    • Won Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award 
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Music, Original Score
    • for The Color Purple (1985)
    • shared with Jorge Calandrelli, Joel Rosenbaum, Chris Boardman
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Music, Original Song
    • for The Color Purple (1985) (for the song "Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)")
    • shared with Rod Temperton (music/lyrics), Lionel Richie (lyrics)
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Picture
    • for The Color Purple (1985)
    • shared with Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall
    • 1979
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Music, Original Song Score and Its Adaptation or Best Adaptation Score
    • for The Wiz (1978)
    • shared with Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall
    • 1969
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Music, Original Song
    • for For Love of Ivy (1968) (for the song "For Love of Ivy")
    • shared with Bob Russell (lyrics)
    • 1968
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Music, Original Music Score
    • for In Cold Blood (1967)
    • shared with Bob Russell (lyrics)
    • 1968
    • Got nomination for Oscar 
    • Best Music, Original Song
    • for Banning (1967) (for the song "The Eyes of Love")
    • shared with Bob Russell (lyrics)
  • American Music Awards

    • 1991
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for Banning (1967) (for the song "The Eyes of Love")
    • shared with Bob Russell (lyrics)
    • 1991
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Album
    • for "Back on the Block"
    • shared with Bob Russell (lyrics)
    • 1982
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Album
    • for "The Dude"
    • shared with Bob Russell (lyrics)
  • ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

    • 1999
    • Won Henry Mancini Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Album
    • for "The Dude"
    • shared with Bob Russell (lyrics)
    • 1987
    • Won ASCAP Film and Television Music Award 
    • Top Box Office Films
    • for The Color Purple (1985)
    • shared with Jorge Calandrelli, Joel Rosenbaum, Chris Boardman
  • Black Movie Awards

    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Black Movie Award 
    • Outstanding Television Movie
    • for Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005) (TV Movie)
    • shared with Oprah Winfrey, Matthew Carlisle, Kate Forte
  • Emmy Awards

    • 1996
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special
    • for The 68th Annual Academy Awards (1996) (TV Movie)
    • shared with David Salzman
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Informational Series
    • for The History of Rock 'N' Roll, Vol. 9 (1995) (TV Movie)
    • shared with Andrew Solt, Bob Meyrowitz, David Salzman (executive producers)
    • 1977
    • Won Emmy 
    • Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)
    • for Roots (1977) (TV)
    • shared with Gerald Fried (composer)
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series (In Its First Year Only)
    • for The Bill Cosby Show (1969) (TV)
    • shared with Gerald Fried (composer)
  • Golden Globes, USA

    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Score - Motion Picture
    • for The Color Purple (1985)
    • shared with Gerald Fried (composer)
    • 1973
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Score
    • for The Getaway (1972)
    • shared with Gerald Fried (composer)
    • 1972
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Song
    • for Honky (1971) (for the song "Something More")
    • shared with Bradford Craig (lyrics)
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Song
    • for Cactus Flower (1969) (for the song "The Time for Love Is Any Time")
    • shared with Cynthia Weil (lyrics)
  • Grammy Awards

    • 2002
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Spoken Word Album
    • for "Q - The Autobiography of Quincy Jones"
    • shared with Jeffrey S. Thomas, Steven Strassman (engineers); Elisa Shokoff (producer)
    • 1994
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance
    • for "Miles and Quincy Live at Montreux"
    • shared with Miles Davis
    • 1991
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year (Non-Classical)
    • for "Miles and Quincy Live at Montreux"
    • shared with Miles Davis
    • 1991
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Back on the Block"
    • shared with Miles Davis
    • 1991
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Back on the Block"
    • shared with Big Daddy Kane, Ice-T, Kool Moe Dee, Quincy D. III
    • 1991
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Jazz Fusion Performance
    • for "Birdland"
    • shared with Big Daddy Kane, Ice-T, Kool Moe Dee, Quincy D. III
    • 1991
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Arrangement on an Instrumental
    • for "Birdland"
    • shared with Ian Prince, Jerry Hey, Rod Temperton
    • 1991
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s)
    • for "The Places You Find Love"
    • shared with Clif Magness, Glen Ballard, Jerry Hey
    • 1986
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Music Video, Short Form
    • for "We Are the World - The Video Event"
    • shared with Tom Trbovich
    • 1986
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
    • for "We Are the World"
    • shared with Tom Trbovich
    • 1986
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Record of the Year
    • for "We Are the World"
    • shared with Tom Trbovich
    • 1985
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Arrangement on an Instrumental
    • for "Grace (Gymnastics Theme)"
    • shared with Jeremy Lubbock
    • 1984
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Record of the Year
    • for "Beat It"
    • shared with Michael Jackson
    • 1984
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Thriller"
    • shared with Michael Jackson
    • 1984
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year (Non-Classical)
    • for "Thriller"
    • shared with Michael Jackson
    • 1984
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Recording for Children
    • for "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial"
    • shared with Michael Jackson
    • 1982
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
    • for "The Dude"
    • shared with Michael Jackson
    • 1982
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Cast Show Album
    • for "Lena Horne - The Lady and Her Music, Live on Broadway"
    • shared with Michael Jackson
    • 1982
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s)
    • for "Ai No Corrida"
    • shared with Jerry Hey
    • 1982
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year
    • for "Ai No Corrida"
    • shared with Jerry Hey
    • 1982
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Arrangement on an Instrumental Recording
    • for "Velas"
    • shared with Johnny Mandel
    • 1981
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement
    • for "Dinorah, Dinorah"
    • shared with Jerry Hey
    • 1979
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement
    • for "The Wiz Main Title - Overture Part One"
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1974
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement
    • for "Summer in the City"
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1973
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or TV Special
    • for $ (1971)
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1972
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Instrumental Performance
    • for "Smackwater Jack"
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1970
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Large Group or Soloist with Large Group
    • for "Walking in Space"
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show
    • for The Lost Man (1969)
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show
    • for Mackenna's Gold (1969
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance
    • for "Walking in Space"
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1968
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show
    • for In the Heat of the Night (1967)
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1964
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement
    • for "I Can't Stop Loving You"
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
    • 1964
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Instrumental Performance
    • for "This Time By Basie: Hits of the '50s and '60s"
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
  • Laurel Awards

    • 1970
    • Got nomination for Golden Laurel 
    • Music Man (4th place)
    • for Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969)
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
  • NAACP Image Awards

    • 1996
    • Won Special Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969)
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
  • National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE)

    • 2015
    • Won Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969)
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
  • PGA Oscar Micheaux Award

    • 1999
    • Won Oscar Micheaux Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969)
    • shared with Robert (Bob) Freedman
  • Razzie Awards

    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Razzie Award 
    • Worst Musical Score
    • for Fever Pitch (1985)
    • shared with Thomas Dolby
  • Shanghai International Film Festival

    • 2009
    • Won Lifetime Achievement Award 
    • Worst Musical Score
    • for Fever Pitch (1985)
    • shared with Thomas Dolby
  • Soul Train Music Awards

    • 1990
    • Won Heritage Award 
    • Worst Musical Score
    • for Fever Pitch (1985)
    • shared with Thomas Dolby
  • Women in Film Crystal Awards

    • 1986
    • Won Humanitarian Award 
    • Worst Musical Score
    • for Fever Pitch (1985)
    • shared with Thomas Dolby


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