The Beatles awards and nominations
Trade advertisement from EMI congratulating the Beatles for their 1964 Grammys.
This is a
list of awards received by English rock band . They are listed by Acclaimed Music as the greatest musical artists of all time. the Beatles [1 ]
Academy Awards [ edit ]
Academy Awards (Oscars) are given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the United States. The Beatles have received 1 award.
American Music Awards [ edit ]
American Music Awards have been awarded annually since 1973 and determined by a poll of music buyers. The Beatles have received 1 nomination, plus 1 special award determined by an Internet poll.
BRIT Awards [ edit ]
The Brit Awards, originally known as the BPI Awards, were created by the British Phonographic Industry. The Beatles have received 3 awards. (The initial awards covered the 25-year period from 1952 to 1977. Since 1982, the awards have been an annual event.)
ECHO Awards [ edit ]
ECHO Music Awards, established in 1992, are held annually and are granted by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie. The Beatles have received 1 nomination.
Grammy Awards [ edit ]
Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in the United States. The Beatles received 8 awards out of 25 nominations [2 ] [: ] citation needed
Japan Gold Disc Awards [ edit ]
Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) presents the Gold Disc Awards. The Beatles have received 1 award. [3 ]
World Music Awards [ edit ]
World Music Awards, established in 1989, are held annually and honour worldwide sales figures. The Beatles have received 1 award.
Ivor Novello Awards [ edit ]
Ivor Novello Awards are presented annually in London by the (BASCA). The Beatles have received 15 Ivor Novello awards. British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors [4 ] [5 ] [6 ] [7 ]
This section requires expansion. (December 2009)
(drums, 1960–1962) Pete Best
(drums on Johnny Gentle tour, 1960) Tommy Moore
(drums, percussion, 1962 – August 1968, September 1968–1970) Ringo Starr
(drums, 1956–1959) Colin Hanton
(drums, session drummer before George Martin would let Ringo drum, August 1962) Andy White
(drums, sat in for Starr multiple times, from Johnny Hutchinson The Big Three, 1960s)
Norman Chapman (drums, 1960)
(tea-chest bassist, replacement for Bill Smith, 1956–1958) Len Garry
(tea-chest bassist, later became manager, 1957–1958) Nigel Walley
Bill Smith (tea-chest bassist, with the band for only three weeks, 1956)
(tea-chest bassist, 1957) Ivan Vaughan
Bert Kaempfert recordings
(with Tony Sheridan)
"La De Da"
"King of Broken Hearts"
(promo) "Mr. Double-It-Up"
"Come On Christmas, Christmas Come On"