Andrea Bocelli awards and nominations
is a multiple Andrea Bocelli Classical Brit-winning and Grammy and Emmy nominated, Italian pop tenor and crossover artist.  Since winning the Newcomers section of the  Sanremo Music Festival, in 1994, he has sold over  80 million albums worldwide, making him the biggest-selling singer in the history of  Classical music.    
In 1998, he was named one of
People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People. In 1999, his nomination for  Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards marked the first time a classical artist had been nominated in the category, since Leontyne Price, in 1961.  , his duet with The Prayer Celine Dion for the animated film, The Quest for Camelot, won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song and was nominated for an Academy Award in the same category. With the release of his classical album,  , Bocelli captured a listing in the Sacred Arias Guinness Book of World Records, as he simultaneously held the No. 1, 2 and 3 positions on the U.S. Classical albums charts. The next three-and-a-half years followed with Bocelli holding permanent residency at the No. 1 spot.  Six of his albums have since reached the  Top 10 on the , Billboard 200 and a record-setting 8, have topped the classical albums charts in the United States.   
With 5 million units sold worldwide,
 became the biggest-selling classical album by a solo artist of all time, Sacred Arias  and with over 20 million copies sold worldwide,   his 1997 pop album,  , became Romanza the best-selling album by an Italian artist of any genre in history, as well as the best-selling album by a foreign artist in Canada,    and a number of other countries in Europe and Latin America.  The album's first single, "  Time to Say Goodbye", topped charts all across Europe, including Germany, where it stayed at the top of the charts for fourteen consecutive weeks, breaking the all-time sales record, with over 3 million copies sold in the country.  The single went on to sell over 12 million copies worldwide, making it one of the  best-selling singles of all time.   He is widely regarded as the most popular  Italian and classical singer in the world, 
In 2006, Bocelli was made a
Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, and on March 2, 2010, he was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  
Honorifics [ edit ]
Bambi Awards [ edit ]
Billboard Latin Music Awards [ edit ]
Classical BRIT Awards [ edit ]
Bocelli has won 6
Classical BRITS, including the Outstanding Contribution to Music award in 2002, and has received 13 nominations.  
ECHO Awards [ edit ]
Bocelli received an
ECHO music award for in 1997. 
ECHO Klassik Awards [ edit ]
Emmy Awards [ edit ]
Goldene Europa Awards [ edit ]
Goldene Kamera Awards [ edit ]
Grammy Awards [ edit ]
Bocelli has been nominated four times for a
Grammy Award.  
Latin Grammy Awards [ edit ]
Lo Nuestro Awards [ edit ]
Telegatto Awards [ edit ]
World Music Awards [ edit ]
Bocelli has won 7
World Music Awards, and has received numerous nominations.    
Other Awards [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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^ Connolly, Lucy (2010-01-30). "SuBo duet with AnBo". London: The Sun.
^ "Operation Bocelli: the making of a superstar". Melbourne: The Age. February 26, 2003.
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^ "Andrea Bocelli Announces November 2010 UK Arena Dates".
^ "Andrea Bocelli is one of the 50 Most Beautiful people of 1998". People Magazine. 1998 . Retrieved . 2008-01-20
^ a b c d e f g "Andrea Bocelli Biography". classicsandjazz.co.uk . Retrieved . 2010-03-21
^ Drake's 'Take Care' Blasts Onto Billboard 200 Billboard
^ My Christmas, .com 12 Nov 2009 article. Billboard
^ US Classical Albums Week of December 03, 2011 Billboard
^ a b c Crossover superstar Andrea Bocelli finds beauty in wide range of music The Columbus Dispatch, Nov 27, 2011.
^ a b Andrea Bocelli on singing to thousands, losing his sight and making a fortune July 2, 2011, Daily Mail
^ "The Nielsen Company and Billboard's 2009 Canadian Industry Report". Businesswire.com, Feb 04, 2010 article . Retrieved . 2010-02-10
^ Top 10 Selling Albums Of The SoundScan Era (1995-2008), Chart Attack, 2009 article.
^ TOP TEN SELLING ALBUMS OF SOUNDSCAN ERA (since 1995), Jam!, 2007 article.
^ Official Sugar website Sugar Records
^ Official Decca website Decca Records
^ "Biography of Andrea Bocelli on RAI TV". RAI Television . Retrieved . 2009-10-19
^ a b "Hollywood Walk of Fame Honors Andrea Bocelli". CNN's I-Report. 2010-03-03.
^ a b "Andrea Bocelli gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame". On the Red Carpet. 2010-03-03.
^ "Pausini, Bocelli e Ramazotti: Onorificenze e serata finale del festival" (in Italian). Radio Italia Solo Musica Italiana. 2006-02-22 . Retrieved . 2008-01-21
^ Bocelli honered by the Dominican government
^ Andrea Bocelli, decorated in Dominican, El Universal (Mexico City) 2009 article
^ Decoration of Italian artist Andrea Bocelli
^ a b c "Chronicle 1995–1997". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2008-01-20
^ Awards and Nominations, Classical BRIT Awards
^ Classic BRITs nominations revealed at London launch Classic FM
^ "ECHO Klassik 1997 winners" (in German). ECHO . Retrieved . 2008-01-20
^ a b "Chronicle 1998". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2008-01-20
^ a b c d "Chronicle 2000". bocelli.de.
^ Andrea Bocelli awards and nominations, imdb.com.
^ a b c "Chronicle 2002". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2008-01-21
^ "Chronicle 1999". bocelli.de.
^ "Latin Grammys 2014: Complete list of nominees and winners". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Company. November 20, 2014 . Retrieved . December 3, 2014
^ Cobo, Leila (21 September 2016). "Latin Grammys 2016 Nominations: See the Full List". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media . Retrieved . 22 September 2016
^ "¿Quiénes se llevarán esta noche el Premio Lo Nuestro "99?". Panamá América (in Spanish). Grupo Epasa. May 6, 1999 . Retrieved . June 15, 2013
^ "Live". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2008-11-25
^ "People". . 1998-05-08 International Herald Tribune . Retrieved . 2008-01-20
^ "Chronicle 2006". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2008-01-21
^ "Chronicle 2001". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2008-01-21
^ "Pop Idols dominate music awards". BBC News. 2003-10-27 . Retrieved . 2008-01-21
^ "Chronicle 2004". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2008-01-21
^ "Chronicle 2007". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2008-11-25
^ "Live 2009". bocelli.de . Retrieved . 2009-02-25
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