Grammy Awards

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The Grammy Awards are an annual music awards show, presented by National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Muse have received two awards from seven nominations.

2011—53rd Annual Grammy Awards

Best Rock Album

The Resistance won Best Rock Album,[1] which was presented by Paramore.[2] Also nominated were Emotion and Commotion by Jeff Beck, Backspacer by Pearl Jam, Mojo by Tom Petty and Le Noise by Neil Young.[2]

Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

Resistance was nominated.[3][4]

Best Rock Song

Resistance was nominated.[3][5] Also nominated were Angry World by Neil Young, Little Lion Man by Mumford & Sons, Radioactive by Kings of Leon and Tighten Up by The Black Keys.[5]

2013—55th Annual Grammy Awards

Best Rock Album

The 2nd Law was nominated. Also nominated were El Camino by The Black Keys, Blunderbuss by Jack White, Mylo Xyloto by Coldplay and Wrecking Ball by Bruce Springsteen.

Best Rock Song

Madness was nominated. Also nominated were Lonely World by The Black Keys, I Will Wait by Mumford & Sons, We Take Care of Our Own by Bruce Springsteen and Freedom at 21 by Jack White.

2014—56th Annual Grammy Awards

Best Rock Song

Panic Station was nominated. Also nominated were Cut Me Some Slack by Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear, Ain't Messin 'Round by Gary Clark, Jr., God Is Dead? by Black Sabbath and Doom and Gloom by The Rolling Stones.

2016—58th Annual Grammy Awards

Best Rock Album

Drones won Best Rock Album. Also nominated were Chaos and the Calm by James Bay, Kintsugi by Death Cab for Cutie, Mister Asylum by Highly Suspect and .5: The Gray Chapter by Slipknot.

References

  1. Muse win at the GRAMMYs! (2011-02-14). Muse website. Retrieved 2011-02-14 from muse.mu.
  2. a b Jess Harvell. (2011-02-13). 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards Liveblog. Grammy website. Retrieved 2011-02-14 from www.grammy.com.
  3. a b Muse nominated for three GRAMMYs! (2010-12-02). Muse website. Retrieved 2011-01-27 from muse.mu.
  4. Additional GRAMMY Performers Announced (2011-01-20). Grammy website. Retrieved 2011-01-23 from www.grammy.com.
  5. a b Eminem Leads 53rd GRAMMY Nominations (2010-12-01). Grammy website. Retrieved 2011-01-27 from www.grammy.com.

See also


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