List of awards and nominations received by Bonnie Tyler
Bonnie Tyler performing at La Cigale in 2005
Bonnie Tyler is a Welsh singer who has released sixteen studio albums. Her career has led to three Goldene Europa awards, an Echo Award, a Variety Club of Great Britain Award, a Gold Badge award for her contribution to Britain's Music Industry, and a Steiger Award for a lifetime career in music. She has also been nominated for three Grammy Awards, three Brit Awards, two American Music Awards, two Echo Awards and much more.
Tyler represented the United Kingdom at the World Popular Song Festival in 1979, winning the festival with her song "Sitting on the Edge of the Ocean". She later represented the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2013, and became the first recipient at the Eurovision Song Contest Radio Awards for her country.
- 1 Academy of Country Music Awards
- 2 American Music Awards
- 3 Billboard Music Awards
- 4 British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors
- 5 Brit Awards
- 6 Broadcast Music Incorporated Awards
- 7 Bravo Otto
- 8 10th World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo 1979
- 9 Grammy Awards
- 10 Goldene Europa
- 11 Variety Club Of Great Britain Awards
- 12 RSH-GOLD
- 13 Echo Awards
- 14 Radio Regenbogen Awards
- 15 Steiger Awards
- 16 Eurovision Song Contest Radio Awards
- 17 Eurovision Song Contest Portugal Awards 2013
- 18 Guinness World Record
- 19 GOLDSTAR Awards
- 20 Other awards
- 21 References
|1978||Bonnie Tyler||Top New Female Vocalist||Nominated|
|1984||Bonnie Tyler||Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist||Nominated|
|"Total Eclipse of the Heart"||Favorite Pop/Rock Single||Nominated|
|1979||Bonnie Tyler||Top Female Album Artist||Nominated|
|1984||Top Pop Album Artist Female|
|Top Pop Single Artist Female|
|Top Pop Single Artist|
The British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors is a professional organisation based in London, UK, representing songwriters, composers and lyricists. Tyler received the Gold Badge Award for Contribution to Britain's Music Industry in 2013.
|2013||Bonnie Tyler||Gold Badge||Won|
|1977||Bonnie Tyler||British Female Breakthrough Act||Nominated|
|1984||British Female Solo Artist|
BMI awarded Tyler with an award for "It's a Heartache" for accumulating a combination of three million radio plays and live performances.
|2011||"It's a Heartache"||BMI Award||Won|
Bravo Otto is a German accolade honoring excellence of performers in film, television and music. The award is presented in gold, silver and bronze and, since 1996, an honorary platinum statuette presented for lifetime achievement. Tyler has received one award out of seven nominations.
|1977||Bonnie Tyler||Best Singer (gold otto)||Won|
|1993||Bravo 10 Best Singers of 1993|
|Bravo 10 Best Shows of 1993|
|Bravo 10 Good Looking Singer of 1993|
|The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler||Bravo 10 Best CDs of 1993|
|Silhouette in Red||Bravo 10 Best CDs of 1993|
10th World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo 1979
Yamaha Music Foundation
|1979||Sitting On The Edge Of The Ocean||Grand Prix International||Won|
|1984||"Total Eclipse of the Heart"||Best Pop Solo Female Vocal Performance||Nominated|
|"Faster Than the Speed of Night"||Best Rock Solo Female Vocal Performance||Nominated|
|1985||"Here She Comes"||Best Rock Solo Female Vocal Performance||Nominated|
|1978||Herself||Best International Singer||Won|
|1983||Herself||Comeback Of The Year||Won|
|1993||Herself||Best International Singer||Won|
Variety Club Of Great Britain Awards
|1984||Total Eclipse Of The Heart||Best Recording Artist||Won|
|1992||Bonnie Tyler||Successful German-produced Interpreter Female||Won|
|1992||Bitterblue||Catchy song of the year||Won|
|1993||Herself||Best Pop/Rock Singer||Nominated|
|1994||Herself||Best Pop/Rock Singer||Won|
Radio Regenbogen Awards
|1999||Herself||Lifetime Rock International||Won|
Eurovision Song Contest Radio Awards
The Eurovision Song Contest Radio Awards are voted online internationally. The awards differs from the main Eurovision Song Contest votes, which only allow votes from participating countries. Tyler became the first United Kingdom representative to receive the award since its initiation in 2006.
|2013||"Believe in Me"||Best Song||Won|
|2013||Herself||Best Female Singer||Won|
Eurovision Song Contest Portugal Awards 2013
|1983||Faster Than The Speed Of Night||The First Woman Debut at top UK Album Charts Straight at Number one||Won|
|2009||Total Eclipse Of The Heart||Best Selling SingStar Track||Won|
Radio Goldstar 
|2014||All I Ever Wanted||Best World Performer||Won|
- Top Female Album Artist 1979 – 12th (Billboard Top Country Artists and Records of the Year)
- Top Pop Album Artist Female 1984 – 17th (Billboard Talent Almanac 1985)
- Top Pop Single Artist Female 1984 – 10th (Billboard Talent Almanac 1985)
- Top Pop Single Artist 1984 – 50th (Billboard Talent Almanac 1985)
Others are listed by year.
- Das Freiziet-Magazin: Bronzene Award: 3rd Favorite Female (Germany)
- Music Retailer Magazine: Most Promising Newcomer (US)
- Daily Express: Best New Artist (UK)
- Writs Welsh Music Awards: Nomination Best Singer for "Greatest Hits" (Wales)
- Royal Welsh College Of Music & Drama: Honorary Fellow in recognition of outstanding achievements within the fields of music. (Wales)
- Les Hits de Diamant: It's A Heartache & Total Eclipse Of The Heart (France)
- Angel Award: Special corporate social responsibility (Germany)
- Neath Port Talbot – Freedom of the county: Honorary recognition from the town of Port Talbot (Wales)
- Share Silver Medal: Honored for contribution to local communities since 1978 (Norway)
- Sold Out Award: From Big Box Allgäu, for 'Rock Meets Classic 2013'
- DLitt Honorary Degree From: Swansea University (Welsh: Prifysgol Abertawe) 
Other commercial achievements
- Tyler was listed as second most famous celebrity from Wales in 2005 by the BBC.
- Welsh singer Rhydian Roberts selected Tyler's track, "Faster Than The Speed Of Night", for the 'Tracks Of My Years' segment of UK DJ Ken Bruce's BBC Radio 2 show on 26 September 2011.
- "ACM Award Winners". Academy of Country Music Awards. Retrieved 27 February 2015.
- "11th American Music Awards". Rock on the Net. Retrieved 13 May 2013.
- Billboard Talent Almanac 1985
- Turner, Robin (24 September 2013). "Bonnie Tyler wins major music award". Wales Online. Retrieved 17 February 2015.
- "Bonnie Tyler: Brit Awards". Brit Awards (Brit Awards). Retrieved 21 May 2012.[dead link]
- "Queen, the Script, Andrew Frampton, Fraser T. Smith & more honored at 2011 BMI London Awards | News". BMI.com. 4 October 2011. Retrieved 13 May 2013.
- "BRAVO OTTO - 1977!". Bravo. 8 July 2010. Retrieved 27 February 2015.
- "第10回世界歌謡祭 World Popular Song Festival in Tokyo '79 - ヤマハ音楽振興会". Yamaha-mf.or.jp. Retrieved 2013-05-13.
- Hilburn, Robert (23 February 1985). "Here's one critic's picks for Grammys". Ottawa Citizen (Canwest). Retrieved 24 August 2014.
- "Gilbert Becaud, Jürgen Drews, Bonnie Tyler, Howard Carpendale, Nana Mouskouri, Udo Lindenberg, Udo Jürgens, Dieter Thomas Heck, Intendant Dr. Rhode". Getty Images. Carlyle Group. Retrieved 7 October 2014.
- "Bfi | Film & Tv Database | The Variety Club Of Great Britain Awards". Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk. Retrieved 2013-05-13.
- "RSH - Wie alles begann... - RSH Gold 1992". Rsh-history.de. 1992-02-15. Retrieved 2013-05-13.
- "Echo Pop: Startseite". Echopop.de. Retrieved 2013-05-13.
- "Radio Regenbogen - Startseite - Badens Hitradio". Regenbogen.de. Retrieved 2013-05-13.
- Mourinho, Daniel (17 June 2013). "ESC Radio Awards 2013 – The Winners". Eurovision Song Contest Radio. Retrieved 17 June 2013.
- Conheça os vencedores dos ESCPortugal Awards - Festival da Eurovisão 2013 ESC Portugal. Retrieved 17 June 2013
- / Guinness
- Goldstar Retrieved 17 September 2013
- "ABC (Madrid) - 13/09/1979, p. 55 - ABC.es Hemeroteca". Hemeroteca.abc.es. 1979-09-13. Retrieved 2013-05-13.
- Diamond Awards 1987
- Big Box
- Swansea Uni
- [dead link]
- "BBC Radio 2 - Ken Bruce, 26/09/2011". Bbc.co.uk. 2011-09-26. Retrieved 2013-05-13.