List of awards and nominations received by Jars of Clay

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List of Jars of Clay awards
Grammy Awards
  • Awards won: 3
  • Nominated: 5
GMA Dove Awards
  • Awards won: 9
  • Nominated: 9
BMI Awards
  • Awards Won: 5
American Music Awards
  • Nominated: 3
Footnotes

Jars of Clay has been successful in being nominated for and winning several awards, including prestigious Grammy Awards and several of the Christian music awards, known as the GMA Dove Awards. Some of these successes have been collaborative efforts, including two City on a Hill albums and the inspired collaboration for the 2005 film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. The group has won five BMI awards from Broadcast Music Incorporated.

GMA Dove Awards[edit]

Year Award Result
2004 Group of the Year Nominated
Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year (Furthermore: From the Studio, From the Stage) Nominated
Recorded Music Packaging of the Year (Furthermore: From the Studio, From the Stage) Nominated
2005 Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year ("Show You Love") Nominated
2006 Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year (Redemption Songs) Nominated
Recorded Music Packaging of the Year (Redemption Songs) Won
2007 Artist of the Year Nominated
Group of the Year Nominated
Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year ("Dead Man (Carry Me)") Nominated
Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year ("Work") Nominated
Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year (Good Monsters) Won
Short Form Music Video of the Year ("Work") Won
2008 Christmas Album of the Year (Christmas Songs) Nominated
2010 Artist of the Year Nominated
Group of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year ("Two Hands") Nominated
Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year (The Long Fall Back to Earth) Won
Recorded Music Packaging of the Year (The Long Fall Back to Earth: Deluxe Edition) Won
Recorded Music Packaging of the Year (The Long Fall Back to Earth) Nominated
2011 Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year (Jars of Clay Presents: The Shelter) Nominated
Praise & Worship Album of the Year (Jars of Clay Presents: The Shelter) Nominated

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Category Result
1996 Best Rock Gospel Album (Jars of Clay)[1] Nominated
1998 Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album (Much Afraid)[2] Won
2000 Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album (If I Left the Zoo)[2] Won
2002 Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album (The Eleventh Hour)[2] Won
2010 Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album (The Long Fall Back to Earth)[3] Nominated

Broadcast Music Incorporated[edit]

The following songs were awarded by BMI as some of the most performed songs in their genre:

Year Category Result
1996 "Flood"[4] Won
2000 "Can't Erase It"[5] Won
2002 "I Need You"[6] Won
"Fly"[7] Won
2003 "Valley Song (Sing of Your Mercy)"[8] Won

American Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Result
2002 Contemporary Inspirational - Favourite Artist[9] Nominated
2003 Contemporary Inspirational - Favourite Artist[10] Nominated
2005 Contemporary Inspirational - Favourite Artist[11] Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ CNN - List of Grammy Nominees - Jan. 4, 1996. Section 44. Retrieved 5:36pm July 31, 2007.
  2. ^ a b c Grammy Awards Archived 2009-06-17 at the Wayback Machine. (winner search). Retrieved 5:32pm July 31, 2007.
  3. ^ GRAMMY.com, "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-02-01. Retrieved 2011-02-13.  retrieved September 8, 2010.
  4. ^ Flood (song)" at the Broadcast Music Incorporated Repertoire. Flood won a BMI Award in 1996.
  5. ^ Can't Erase It" at the Broadcast Music Incorporated Repertoire. Can't Erase It won a BMI Award in 2000.
  6. ^ I Need You" at the Broadcast Music Incorporated Repertoire. I Need You won a BMI Award in 2002.
  7. ^ Fly" at the Broadcast Music Incorporated Repertoire. Fly won a BMI Award in 2002.
  8. ^ Valley Song (Sing of Your Mercy)" at the Broadcast Music Incorporated Repertoire. Valley Song (Sing of Your Mercy) won a BMI Award in 2003.
  9. ^ BMI BMI Stars Top List of AMA Nominees, published November 21, 2002, retrieved September 1, 2007.
  10. ^ Rock on the Net, 30th American Music Awards (presented in 2003), published January 13, 2003, retrieved September 1, 2007.
  11. ^ ABC, ABC.com, published September 20, 2005, retrieved September 1, 2007.