List of awards and nominations received by Bon Jovi

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Bon Jovi are American rock band which formed in 1983 by four members namesake Jon Bon Jovi (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Richie Sambora (lead guitar, backing vocals), Tico Torres (drums and percussion), David Bryan (keyboards, backing vocals) and Alec John Such (bass guitar, backing vocals). Alec John Such was replaced unofficially by Hugh McDonald in 1994 and the band is official four-piece. Among the numerous nominations, the band has won 1 Grammy Award in 2007 for "Who Says You Can't Go Home" with Jennifer Nettles, 2 World Music Awards, 1 Award for Merit in 2004 and 1 Brit Award for Best International Group in 1996.

American Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1988 Bon Jovi Favorite Pop/Rock Band/Duo/Group Won
1988 Slippery When Wet Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
1988 "Livin' on a Prayer" Favorite Pop/Rock Single Nominated
1990 Bon Jovi Favorite Pop/Rock Band/Duo/Group Nominated
1990 "I'll Be There for You" Favorite Pop/Rock Single Nominated
2004 Bon Jovi Award of Merit Won

Billboard Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2008 Bon Jovi Top Touring Artist[1] Nominated
2011 Bon Jovi Top Touring Artist[1] Nominated
2012 Bon Jovi Top Touring Artist[2] Nominated
2014 Bon Jovi Top Touring Artist[3] Won

Billboard Touring Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2008 Philadelphia Soul Charitable Foundation Humanitarian Award[4] Won
2011 Bon Jovi Live Eventful Fans' Choice Award[5] Won
2013 Because We Can: The Tour Top Tour Award[6] Won
Top Draw Award[6] Won
Eventful Fans' Choice Award[6] Won

Brit Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1987 Bon Jovi Best International Group[7] Nominated
1988 Bon Jovi Best International Group[8] Nominated
1989 Bon Jovi Best International Group[9] Nominated
1990 Bon Jovi Best International Group[10] Nominated
1996 Bon Jovi Best International Group[11] Won

CMT Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2006 "Who Says You Can't Go Home" with Jennifer Nettles Collaborative Video of the Year[12] Won
2008 "Till We Ain't Strangers Anymore" with LeAnn Rimes Collaborative Video of the Year[13] Won
2008 "(You Want To) Make a Memory" Group Video of the Year[14] Nominated

Echo Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1996 Bon Jovi International Group of the Year[15] Nominated
2001 Crush International Album of the Year by a Group[15] Won
2001 "It's My Life" International Rock-Pop Single of the Year[15] Nominated
2002 One Wild Night Live 1985–2001 International Album of the Year by a Group[15] Nominated
2003 Bounce International Album of the Year by a Group[15] Nominated
2006 Have a Nice Day International Album of the Year by a Group[15] Nominated
2008 Lost Highway International Album of the Year by a Group[15] Nominated
2011 Greatest Hits International Album of the Year by a Group[15] Nominated

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1997 Live From London Best Music Video, Long Form Nominated
2001 "It's My Life" Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
2001 Crush Best Rock Album Nominated
2003 "Everyday" Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
2004 "Misunderstood" Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
2007 "Who Says You Can't Go Home" with Jennifer Nettles Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Won
2008 Lost Highway Best Pop Album Nominated
2008 "(You Want To) Make a Memory" Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
2010 "We Weren't Born to Follow" Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated

Helpmann Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2008 Lost Highway Tour Best International Contemporary Concert[16] Nominated

Juno Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1987 Slippery When Wet International Album of the Year[17] Nominated
1994 Keep the Faith Best Selling Album[17] Nominated
2008 Lost Highway International Album of the Year[18] Nominated

Premios Oye![edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2002 Bon Jovi Mejor Artista Internacional con Trayectoria en México[19] Won

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1995 Bon Jovi Best Group[20] Nominated
1995 Bon Jovi Best Rock[21][22] Won
1995 Bon Jovi Best Live Act[20] Nominated
2000 Crush Best Album[23] Nominated
2000 Bon Jovi Best Group[23] Nominated
2000 Bon Jovi Best Rock[23] Nominated
2002 Bon Jovi Best Rock[24] Nominated
2010 Bon Jovi Best Live Act[25] Nominated
2010 Bon Jovi Global Icon[26] Won

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1987 "Livin' on a Prayer" Best Stage Performance in a Video Won
1987 "You Give Love a Bad Name" Best Stage Performance in a Video Nominated
1987 "Wanted Dead or Alive" Best Editing in a Video Nominated
1991 Bon Jovi Video Vanguard Award Won

My VH1 Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2001 Bon Jovi Hottest Live Show[27] Won
Bon Jovi My Favorite Group[28] Nominated

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2013 Bon Jovi Favorite Music Group[29] Nominated

World Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
1995 Bon Jovi Best Selling Rock Artist/Group[30] Won
2005 Bon Jovi Diamond Award[31] Won
2007 Bon Jovi Best Selling Rock Artist/Group[32] Nominated
2013 Bon Jovi Best Group[33] TBA
2013 Bon Jovi Best Live Act[34] TBA
2013 Bon Jovi Best Album[35] TBA

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