Nickelback awards and nominations
Nickelback performing in 2006
Nickelback is a Canadian rock band formed in Hanna, Alberta by Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake, and then-drummer Brandon Kroeger (who has since been replaced by Daniel Adair). The band has released eight studio albums:  (1996), Curb (2000), The State (2001), Silver Side Up (2003), The Long Road (2005), All the Right Reasons (2008), Dark Horse (2011) and Here and Now (2014). Along with this, Nickelback also published two other albums which were a collection of their most well-known songs so far: No Fixed Address (2002) and Three-Sided Coin (2013). The Best of Nickelback Volume 1 "  How You Remind Me", the first single from the band's third album Silver Side Up, is Nickelback's highest charting single; it peaked at #1 on Billboard's Hot 100, Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks, Hot Modern Rock Tracks, and Canadian Hot 100 music charts. The band's fifth studio album,  All the Right Reasons, has been their highest-selling album, with over 11 million copies sold worldwide as of late 2007. 
Nickelback has been recognized by several Canadian awards ceremonies; the band has received twelve awards from twenty-eight nominations at the Juno Awards and seven awards from fifteen nominations at the
MuchMusic Video Awards. Nickelback has also received two awards from six nominations at the American Music Awards and three awards from five nominations at the Billboard Music Awards. The band has received six nominations from the Grammy Awards but has not won any of them. In 2006, Nickelback receive an award at the World Music Awards for World's Best Selling Rock Artist, beating some well-known artists like Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Coldplay. The group was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in 2007. In the same year received an award for People's Choice Awards for the category Favorite Group. Overall, Nickelback has received 32 awards from 78 nominations.  
American Music Awards [ edit ]
American Music Awards are awarded for outstanding achievements in the record industry. Nickelback has received two awards from seven nominations.   
Billboard Music Awards [ edit ]
Billboard Music Awards are sponsored by magazine and is held annually in December. Nickelback has won seven awards from eleven nominations. Billboard  
Grammy Awards [ edit ]
Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Nickelback has received six nominations. 
Juno Awards [ edit ]
Juno Awards are presented by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Nickelback has received twelve awards from thirty-three nominations.     
Kerrang! Awards [ edit ]
Kerrang! Awards is an annual awards ceremony held by , a British Kerrang! rock magazine. Nickelback received one nomination. 
MuchMusic Video Awards [ edit ]
MuchMusic Video Awards is an annual awards ceremony presented by the Canadian music video channel MuchMusic. Nickelback received seven awards from sixteen nominations.    
MTV Video Music Awards [ edit ]
MTV Video Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony presented by the American music video channel MTV. In 2002 Chad Kroeger ( Nickelback) has won Best Video from a Film with Josey Scott ( Saliva) for ' Spider-Man theme song, " Hero". 
Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards [ edit ]
Kids Choice Awards is an annual awards ceremony created by Nickelodeon. Nickelback received one nomination.
People's Choice Awards [ edit ]
People's Choice Awards is an awards show recognizing the people and the work of popular culture. Nickelback has received one award, from 2 nomination.  
Record of the Year Award [ edit ]
The Record of the Year is an award voted by the UK public. "Rockstar" is the first winner which did not make # 1 on the UK singles chart, and also the first by a non-UK or Irish artist.
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