List of awards and nominations received by Powderfinger

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List of Powderfinger awards
Powderfinger performing live September 2007.jpg

Powderfinger performing at the Across the Great Divide Tour with Silverchair in September 2007.

Award Wins Nominations
ARIA Awards
18 47
APRA Awards
3 2
Hottest 100[A]
2 21
Music Industry Critics' Awards
4
Jack Awards
4
Totals
Awards won 28
Nominations 50
Footnotes
The "Won" and "Nominated" cells of this infobox also include #1 rankings on lists and works that have been shortlisted.

This is a comprehensive listing of awards won by Powderfinger, an alternative rock band who were based in Brisbane, Australia.[1] The band formed in 1989 in Brisbane, and their lineup since 1992 consisted of Bernard Fanning, John Collins, Ian Haug, Darren Middleton and Jon Coghill.[2]

Powderfinger is highly successful in the Australian recording industry, being a recipient of the industry's flagship awards, the Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards, eighteen times.[3] The group has also topped the Triple J Hottest 100 chart twice, and had a total of 21 entries listed. The group has also received three awards from the Australasian Performing Right Association, four Jack Awards,[4] and four Music Industry Critics' Awards.[5]

ARIA Awards[edit]

Powderfinger has won eighteen ARIA Awards from the Australian Recording Industry Association, from forty-seven nominations, over a period of sixteen years.[3] In particular, Powderfinger has received the "Best Cover Art" award several times, including for Odyssey Number Five in 2001, and for Vulture Street in 2003.[3] Powderfinger has also won the award for "Best Group" twice, and has been nominated six times.[3] The awards are presented annually by the Australian Recording Industry Association.

Year Nominated work Award Result[3]
1996 "Automatic" Engineer of the Year Nominated
"Pick You Up" Song of the Year Nominated
Single of the Year Nominated
1997 Double Allergic Producer of the Year Nominated
Best Alternative Release Nominated
Best Group Nominated
Highest Selling Album Nominated
Album of the Year Nominated
"D.A.F." Song of the Year Nominated
Single of the Year Nominated
1999 Internationalist Best Cover Art Won
Best Rock Album Won
Album of the Year Won
Best Group Nominated
"The Day You Come" Single of the Year Won
2000 "Passenger" Best Cover Art Nominated
Best Group Nominated
Single of the Year Nominated
2001 Odyssey Number Five Best Cover Art Won
Best Rock Album Won
Highest Selling Album Won
Best Group Won
Album of the Year Won
"My Happiness" Single of the Year Won
"Like a Dog" Best Video Nominated
Highest Selling Single Nominated
2002 "The Metre" Best Group Nominated
2003 Vulture Street Best Cover Art Won
Best Rock Album Won
Best Group Won
Album of the Year Won
Highest Selling Album Nominated
"(Baby I've Got You) On My Mind" Best Video Nominated
Single of the Year Nominated
2004 "Sunsets" Best Group Nominated
2005 These Days: Live in Concert Best Music DVD Nominated
Best Group Nominated
2007 Dream Days at the Hotel Existence Best Cover Art Won
Best Rock Album Nominated
Best Group Nominated
"Lost and Running" Single of the Year Nominated
Best Video Nominated
2008 Across the Great Divide Tour DVD Best Music DVD Won
2010[6] Golden Rule Best Group Nominated
Best Rock Album Nominated
Most Popular Australian Album Won
Powderfinger Most Popular Australian Artist Won
"All of the Dreamers" – Head Pictures Best Video Nominated
2011 Sunsets Farewell Tour Best Music DVD Nominated

APRA Awards[edit]

Powderfinger has won multiple APRA Awards from the Australasian Performing Right Association, including "Songwriter of the Year" in 2004.[7] The band has also won "Song of the Year" twice, in 2000 and 2001.[8][9]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1996 "Pick You Up" Song of the Year Nominated[10]
1999 "The Day You Come" Song of the Year Nominated[11]
2000 "Passenger" Song of the Year Won[8]
2001 "My Happiness" Song of the Year Won[9]
2004 Powderfinger Songwriter of the Year Won[7]
"On My Mind" Most Performed Australian Work Nominated[12]

Triple J Hottest 100[edit]

Powderfinger has appeared in Triple J's Hottest 100 21 times, as well as appearing on five CD releases and one DVD release. Of their nineteen appearances, they topped the chart twice; in 1999 with "These Days", and in 2000 with "My Happiness".[13][14] "My Happiness" and "These Days" also appeared on CD releases in their respective years.[15][16]

Year Ranking Single CD? DVD?
1996[17] 6 "Pick You Up" No N/A
18 "D.A.F." Yes N/A
32 "Living Type" No N/A
1997[18] 66 "JC" No N/A
1998[19] 8 "The Day You Come" Yes N/A
46 "Don't Wanna Be Left Out" No N/A
1999[13] 1 "These Days" Yes N/A
25 "Already Gone" No N/A
68 "Good-Day Ray" No N/A
100 "Passenger" No N/A
2000[14] 1 "My Happiness" Yes N/A
3 "My Kind of Scene" No N/A
2003[20] 4 "(Baby I've Got You) On My Mind" Yes Yes
7 "Sunsets" No No
10 "Love Your Way" No No
76 "Rockin' Rocks" No No
77 "Stumblin'" No No
2004[21] 9 "Bless My Soul" No No
68 "Process This" No No
2007[22] 15 "Lost and Running" No No
66 "I Don't Remember" No No
2009[22] 49 "All Of The Dreamers" Yes Yes

Other awards and achievements[edit]

1999 Music Industry Critics' Awards[5]
Nominated work Award Result
"The Day You Come" Song of the Year Won
Best EP/Single Won
Internationalist Best Australian Album Won
Best CD/Album Production Won

In 1999, the band won four awards at the annual Music Industry Critics' Awards (see right),[5] and Internationalist was voted one of the "Best 100 Albums" of the 1990s by JUICE magazine.

Powderfinger has received four Jack Awards from Bourbon whiskey producers Jack Daniels. In 2004, Powderfinger won "Best Live Band" and "Best Live Performance" for the group on Rove, and Jon Coghill won "Best Drummer". In 2005, the group won "Best Tour Art" for their tour The Revolution.[4]

In 2004, Powderfinger were named the "Most Broadcast Act" of the year by the Phonographic Performance Company of Australia.[23]

In 2011, Powderfinger's album "Odyssey Number Five" was voted number one in Triple J's Hottest 100 Australian Albums of all time music poll.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes
A. ^ Powderfinger tracks have been ranked as #1 on Triple J Hottest 100 charts twice, and have been ranked in other positions 21 times.
Citations
  1. ^ "Powderfinger profile". AOL Music. 2007. Retrieved 13 June 2007. [dead link]
  2. ^ Rice Stephen, et al (2007). "Who is in the band?". The Powderfinger FAQ. Oz Music Central. Retrieved 13 June 2007. [dead link]
  3. ^ a b c d e ARIA Music Awards for Powderfinger:
  4. ^ a b "The Jack Awards 2007". Jack Daniels. Retrieved 20 September 2007. 
  5. ^ a b c Rice, Stephen, et al (2007). "Have powderfinger won or been nominated for any awards?". The Powderfinger FAQ. OzMusic Central. Retrieved 18 September 2007. [dead link]
  6. ^ 2010 ARIA Nominations Announced Take40 Australia (mcm entertainment). Retrieved 29 September 2010.
  7. ^ a b "APRA Music Awards 2004". Winners. Australasian Performing Right Association. Archived from the original on 6 September 2007. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  8. ^ a b "APRA Music Awards 2000". Winners. Australasian Performing Right Association. Archived from the original on 6 September 2007. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  9. ^ a b "APRA Music Awards 2001". Winners. Australasian Performing Right Association. Archived from the original on 6 September 2007. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  10. ^ "APRA Music Awards 1996". Nominations. Australasian Performing Right Association. Archived from the original on 6 September 2007. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  11. ^ "APRA Music Awards 1999". Nominations. Australasian Performing Right Association. Archived from the original on 6 September 2007. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  12. ^ "Nominations 2004". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 1 September 2010. 
  13. ^ a b "Hottest 100 History 1999". Triple J. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  14. ^ a b "Hottest 100 History 2000". Triple J. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  15. ^ "Hottest 100 JVD 2000". History. Triple J. Archived from the original on 12 September 2007. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  16. ^ "Hottest 100 JVD 1999". History. Triple J. Archived from the original on 24 August 2007. Retrieved 18 September 2007. 
  17. ^ "Hottest 100 1996". History. Triple J. Retrieved 11 June 2007. 
  18. ^ "Hottest 100 1997". History. Triple J. Retrieved 11 June 2007. 
  19. ^ "Hottest 100 1998". History. Triple J. Retrieved 11 June 2007. 
  20. ^ "Hottest 100 2003". History. Triple J. Retrieved 11 June 2007. 
  21. ^ "Hottest 100 2004". History. Triple J. Retrieved 11 June 2007. 
  22. ^ a b "Triple J Hottest 100 2007". Triple J. abc.net.au. Retrieved 5 February 2008. 
  23. ^ "2004’s Most Broadcast Artists and Recordings". Phonographic Performance Company of Australia. 13 January 2005. Retrieved 21 September 2007. [dead link]