Golden Gramophone Award

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Golden Gramophone
Awarded fora reward to the performer for a song
CountryRussia
Presented byRusskoe Radio
First awarded1996
Websitehttp://www.rusradio.ru/air/grammofon/

The Golden Gramophone Award is a yearly national Russian music award, established by Russian Radio in 1996.[1][2]

Most awarded artists[edit]

Complete list of artists who received prizes until 2017:
22 statues:
Philipp Kirkorov
14 statues:
Grigory Leps
13 statues:
Valery Meladze

Valeriya

Lyube

12 statues:
Kristina Orbakaitė

Nikolay Baskov

Sofia Rotaru

10 statues:
Nu Virgos

Leonid Agutin

Stas Mikhaylov

9 statues:
Ivanushki International

Stas Piekha

Jasmin

Dmitry Malikov

Ani Lorak

8 statues:
Alla Pugacheva

Dima Bilan

Blestyashchiye

Anita Tsoy

7 statues:
Anzhelika Varum

Glukoza

Diskoteka Avariya

Lolita Milyavskaya

MakSim

Vera Brezhneva

6 statues:

Gosti iz budushchego

Yolka

Fabrika

Yulia Savicheva

Chay Vdvoyom

Ruki Vverh!

Zara

5 statues:
A-Studio

Alsou

Victoria Dayneko

Gradusy

Korni

Nikolai Noskov

Nyusha

Potap & Nastya Kamenskykh

Sergei Trofimov

Slava

Sogdiana Fedorinskaya

Tatiana Bulanova

Denis Maidanov

4 statues:
Boris Moiseev

Valery Leontiev

Verka Serduchka

Vintage

Elena Vaenga

Otpetie moshenniki

Reflex

Sergey Lazarev

Serebro

Hi-Fi

Bi-2

Polina Gagarina

Taisia Povaliy

Aleksandr Marshal

3 statues:
Cabaret-duet "Akademiya"

Dzhigan

Dmitry Koldun

Mitya Fomin

Alyona Sviridova

Band’Eros

Dan Balan

Jeanna Friske (†)

Zveri

Diana Gurtskaya

Irakli

Irina Allegrova

Katya Lel

Nadezhda Kadysheva

Natasha Koroleva

Neschastny Sluchai

Oleg Gazmanov

Seryoga

Strelki

Tantsy Minus

Uma2rman

Nargiz Zakirova

Chelsi

2 statues:
5sta Family

Avraam Russo

Alexander Kogan

Alexander Rosenbaum

Alena Apina

Andrey Gubin

Ariana

Bianka

Velvet

Vyacheslav Dobrynin

Mot

Gorod 312

DJ Smash

Egor Kreed

Emin Agalarov

Zolotoe Koltso

Marina Khlebnikova

Mashina Vremeni

Moral Code X

Murat Nasyrov (†)

Natali

Nepara

Premier-Minister

Smyslovye Gallyutsinatsii

Timati

Shura

Irina Dubtsova

Svetlana Loboda

1 statue:
A-Dessa

Alekseev

Agatha Christie

Alexander Golubev

Alexander Ivanov

Alexander Shevchenko

Alexey Vorobyov

Alexei Khvorostyan

Александр Яковлев

Алексин

Антон Макарский

Arash

Arsenie Todiraș

Assorti

Balagan Limited

Banda Andryukha

Bely Oryol

BiS

Bozhya Korovka

Bratya Grimm

BoomBox (Ukrainian band)

Burito

Vakhtang

Vostok

Virus

Vitas

Vyacheslav Petkun

Goryachiy Shokolad

Dasha Suvorova

2+2

23:45

Demo

Detsl

D.I.P. Project

DJ Tsvetkoff

Dominik Dzhoker

Duet Leto

Eva Polna

Yelena Terleyeva

Zhenya Otradnaya

Zhuki

Zapreschennie barabanschiki

Konstantin Meladze

Igoryok

Igor Nikolayev

In2nation

Infiniti

Irina Saltykova

Leningrad

Litsey

Lyudmila Gurchenko (†)

Lyudmila Sokolova

MBAND

Maxim Leonidov

Martan

Megapolis

Mr.Credo

Moya Mishel

Mumiy Troll

Natalia Vlasova

Nikolai Trubach

Nilda Fernandez

Nensi

Oxana Fedorova

Propaganda

Patricia Kaas

Revolvers

Sati Kazanova

Sestri Rouz

Smash

Sveta

Slivki

Splean

Stuff

t.A.T.u.

Tatyana Likhacheva

Tatiana Ovsienko

Te100steron

TOKiO

Tutsi

Unesennie Vetrom

Fristail

Khanna

Quest Pistols Show

U-Piter

Yulianna Karaulova

Yan Marti

Mot & Ani Lorak

Maks Barskykh

Nochnye Snaipery

Gradusy

Pizza

Igor Burnyshev

Artik & Asti

Marcel

Basta

Aleksandr Revva

Special Award for contribution in national music:
Yuri Malikov

Alexander Rosenbaum

Lev Leshchenko (2)

Valery Leontiev

Larisa Dolina

Yuri Antonov (2)

Eduard Khil (†)

Aleksander Serov

Yuri Nikolaev

Alexander Buinov

Vyacheslav Dobrynin (2)

Mashina Vremeni

Lyube

Zemlyane

Lyudmila Zykina (†)


References[edit]

  1. ^ GRAMMYS, RUSSIAN-STYLE: Pop's hottest hit Radio City[permanent dead link], Todd Hollingshead, New York Daily News, May 9, 2004.[dead link]
  2. ^ p. 241, Pop culture Russia!: media, arts, and lifestyle, Birgit Beumers, ABC-CLIO, 2005, ISBN 1-85109-459-8.