List of awards and nominations received by OK Go

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OK Go is a Chicago, Illinois, rock band consisting of Damian Kulash, Tim Nordwind, Dan Konopka, and Andy Ross, who replaced former member Andy Duncan. Originally forming in 1998, the band became popular with the music video for their song "A Million Ways" off of their album Oh No. This music video was nominated for Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards, giving the band their first major award nomination. They gained wider critical recognition following the release of their single "Here It Goes Again", which earned them a Grammy for Best Music Video. Since then, the band has received various awards and nominations, especially for their music videos, which frequently attract critical acclaim.

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