Stevie Wonder Awards



  • Stevie Wonder
    • Famous as : Musician
    • Birth Name : Steveland Hardaway Judkins
    • Birth Date : May 13, 1950
    • Birth Place : Saginaw, Michigan, USA
    • Spouse : Syreeta Wright (singer, 14-Sep-70 - 1972), Kai Millard Morris (fashion designer, 2001 - 5-Oct-15)
    • Claim to Fame : Single "Fingertips" [Part 2] (1963)

Awards

  • Academy Awards, USA

    • 1985
    • Won Oscar 
    • Best Music, Original Song [from movie "The Woman in Red" (1984)]
    • for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"
  • American Music Awards

    • 1986
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"
    • 1985
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"
    • 1982
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"
    • 1982
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Album
    • for "Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I"
    • 1981
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I"
    • 1981
    • Won Award of Merit 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "Stevie Wonder's Original Musiquarium I"
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Album
    • for "Hotter Than July"
    • 1977
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "Hotter Than July"
    • 1977
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Single
    • for "Superstition"
    • 1977
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Album
    • for "Songs In The Key Of Life"
    • 1977
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist
    • for "Songs In The Key Of Life"
    • 1976
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Album
    • for "Songs In The Key Of Life"
    • 1976
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "Songs In The Key Of Life"
    • 1976
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Album
    • for "Songs In The Key Of Life"
    • 1974
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "Songs In The Key Of Life"
    • 1974
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Album
    • for "Innervisions"
    • 1973
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • for "Innervisions"
    • 1973
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist
    • for "Innervisions"
  • ASCAP Awards

    • 2007
    • Won ASCAP American Troubadour Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist
    • for "Innervisions"
  • ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

    • 2000
    • Won ASCAP Film &Television Music Award 
    • Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures [from movie "Wild Wild West" (1999)]
    • for "Wild Wild West"
    • shared with Rob Fusari; Will Smith; Mohandas Deweese
    • 1997
    • Won ASCAP Film &Television Music Award 
    • Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures [from movie "Dangerous Minds" (1995)]
    • for "Gangsta's Paradise"
    • shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed
    • 1992
    • Won ASCAP Film &Television Music Award 
    • Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures [from movie "Jungle Fever" (1991)]
    • for "Gotta Have You"
    • shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed
  • BAFTA Awards

    • 1985
    • Got nomination for BAFTA Film Award 
    • Best Original Song [from movie "The Woman in Red" (1984)]
    • for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"
    • shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed
  • Billboard Music Awards

    • 2012
    • Won Billboard Music Awards 
    • Billboard Music Icon Award
    • for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"
    • shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed
    • 2004
    • Won Billboard Century Award 
    • Billboard Music Icon Award
    • for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"
    • shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed
  • Emmy Awards

    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Emmy Award 
    • Outstanding Guest Performer in a Comedy Series [For episode "A Touch of Wonder"]
    • for The Cosby Show (1984)
    • shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Emmy Award 
    • Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
    • for An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. (1986) (TV)
    • shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed
  • Golden Globes, USA

    • 1985
    • Won Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Song - Motion Picture [from movie "The Woman in Red" (1984)]
    • for "I Just Called to Say I Love You"
    • shared with Coolio;Larry James Sanders; Douglas Rasheed
  • Grammy Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Only One"
    • shared with PJ Morton
    • 2010
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    • for "All About the Love Again"
    • shared with PJ Morton
    • 2009
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
    • for "Never Give You Up"
    • shared with Raphael Saadiq; CJ Hilton
    • 2007
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for " For Once in My Life"
    • shared with Tony Bennett
    • 2006
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
    • for "So Amazing"
    • shared with Beyoncé Knowles
    • 2006
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    • for "From the Bottom of My Heart"
    • shared with Beyoncé Knowles
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "A Time To Love"
    • shared with India Arie
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Album
    • for "A Time to Love"
    • shared with India Arie
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
    • for "So What the Fuss"
    • shared with India Arie
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
    • for "How Will I Know"
    • shared with Aisha Morris
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "Moon River"
    • shared with Take 6
    • 2003
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Love's In Need Of Love Today"
    • shared with Take 6
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "The Christmas Song"
    • shared with India Arie
    • 1999
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance Male [from "Herbie Hancock's Gershwin's World"]
    • for "St. Louis Blues"
    • shared with India Arie
    • 1999
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s)
    • for "St. Louis Blues"
    • shared with Herbie Hancock; Robert Sadin
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "Silver Springs"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Instrumental Performance
    • for "Kiss Lonely Goodbye"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1996
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance Male [from "Natural Wonder"]
    • for "For Your Love"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1996
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song (songwriter)
    • for "For Your Love"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1996
    • Won Lifetime Achievement Award 
    • Best R&B Song (songwriter)
    • for "For Your Love"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1992
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television [from movie "Jungle Fever" (1991)]
    • for "Gotta Have You"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1992
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
    • for "Gotta Have You"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1989
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
    • for "Characters"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1988
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Skeletons"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1988
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
    • for "Skeletons"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 1987
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
    • for "That's What Friends Are For"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1987
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Record of the Year
    • for "That's What Friends Are For"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1986
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "In Square Circle"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1986
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "Part-Time Lover"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Song of the Year (songwriter)
    • for "I Just Called To Say I Love You"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "I Just Called To Say I Love You"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Instrumental Performance
    • for "I Just Called To Say I Love You"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1985
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "The Woman In Red"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song (songwriter)
    • for "That Girl"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "Do I Do"
    • shared with Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "What That You're Doing"
    • shared with Paul McCartney
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Ebony & Ivory"
    • shared with Paul McCartney
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Record of the Year
    • for "Ebony & Ivory"
    • shared with Paul McCartney
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocals
    • for "Do I Do"
    • shared with Paul McCartney
    • 1983
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song (songwriter)
    • for "Do It Do"
    • shared with Paul McCartney
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song (songwriter)
    • for "Let's Get Serious"
    • shared with Lee Garrett
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "Master Blaster" (Jammin')"
    • shared with Lee Garrett
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year
    • for "Master Blaster" (Jammin')"
    • shared with Lee Garrett
    • 1981
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special
    • for "Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1977
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year
    • for "Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1977
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "Songs In The Key Of Life"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1977
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Songs In The Key Of Life"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1977
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "I Wish"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1975
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "Boogie On Reggae Woman"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1975
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song (songwriter)
    • for "Living For The City"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1975
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "Fulfillingness' First Finale"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1975
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Fulfillingness' First Finale "
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1974
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song (songwriter)
    • for "Superstition"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1974
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "Superstition"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1974
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male
    • for "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
    • 1974
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "Innervisions"
    • shared with Michael Sembello; Stephanie Andrews; Yvonne Wright
  • MTV Video Music Awards

    • 1997
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best R&B Video
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Babyface
  • NAACP Image Awards

    • 2008
    • Won NAACP Hall of Fame Award 
    • Best R&B Video
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Babyface
    • 2006
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Male Artist
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Babyface
  • People's Choice Awards

    • 2016
    • Got nomination for People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Music Icon
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Babyface
  • Polar Music Prize

    • 1999
    • Won Polar Music Prize 
    • Favorite Music Icon
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Babyface
  • Razzie Awards

    • 2000
    • Won Razzie Award 
    • Worst Original Song [from movie "Wild Wild West" (1999)]
    • for "Wild Wild West"
    • shared with Kool Moe Dee;Will Smith
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    • 1989
    • Won Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 
    • Performer
    • for "Wild Wild West"
    • shared with Kool Moe Dee;Will Smith
  • Songwriters Hall of Fame

    • 2004
    • Won Johnny Mercer Award 
    • Performer
    • for "Wild Wild West"
    • shared with Kool Moe Dee;Will Smith
    • 2002
    • Won Sammy Cahn Lifetime Achievement Award 
    • Performer
    • for "Wild Wild West"
    • shared with Kool Moe Dee;Will Smith
    • 1983
    • Won Songwriters Hall of Fame 
    • Performer
    • for "Wild Wild West"
    • shared with Kool Moe Dee;Will Smith


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