The Grammy Award is an honor awarded by The Recording Academy to recognize outstanding achievement in the mainly English-language music industry. Radiohead has received three awards from eighteen nominations.
Note: The table does not include nominations for others' work associated with Radiohead. In 2001, Nigel Godrich was nominated for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, for work including Radiohead's Kid A. Godrich was nominated again for the same award the next year, for production work including Amnesiac. In addition, at the 2002 Grammy Awards, Stanley Donwood and Tchock (an alias for Thom Yorke) were nominated and won the award for Best Recording Package, for the special edition book of Amnesiac. In 2004 Nigel Godrich and audio engineer Darrell Thorp were nominated and won the award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical, for their work on Radiohead's Hail to the Thief. At the 2009 Grammy Awards, Godrich was nominated for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, this time in recognition of his work on only one album, Radiohead's In Rainbows. The "discbox" release of In Rainbows won for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package; the award went to the art directors of the package. In 2012, Donald Twain and Zachariah Wildwood were nominated for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package for their work on the art of The King of Limbs. Radiohead would then have three, rather than two, nominations in 2001; three, rather than one, nominations in 2002, including one win; three, rather than two, nominations in 2004, including one win; seven, rather than five nominations in 2009; and five, rather than four nominations in 2012. This would give the band a total of 24, rather than 20, career nominations, among which five so far, rather than three so far, would be wins. However, such secondary nominations and wins for art and sound engineering are not usually counted in a music artist's total for comparison purposes with other acts.