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Awards

Academy Awards, USA

1985 Winner
Oscar
Best Music, Original Song
The Woman in Red (1984)
For the song "I Just Called to Say I Love You".

Golden Globes, USA

2017 Nominee
Golden Globe
Best Original Song - Motion Picture
Sing (2016)
Shared with:
For the song: "Faith".
1985 Winner
Golden Globe
Best Original Song - Motion Picture
The Woman in Red (1984)
Song: "I Just Called to Say I Love You"

Primetime Emmy Awards

1986 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Guest Performer in a Comedy Series
The Cosby Show (1984)
For playing himself. For episode "A Touch of Wonder".
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. (1986)

BAFTA Awards

1985 Nominee
BAFTA Film Award
Best Original Song
The Woman in Red (1984)
For the song "I Just Called to Say I Love You".

American Music Awards

1987 Nominee
American Music Award
Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
1986 Winner
American Music Award
Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
Favorite Soul/R&B Male Video Artist

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

2000 Winner
ASCAP Award
Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
Wild Wild West (1999)
Shared with:
For the song "Wild Wild West".
1997 Winner
ASCAP Award
Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
Dangerous Minds (1995)
Shared with:
For the song "Gangsta's Paradise".
1992 Winner
ASCAP Award
Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
Jungle Fever (1991)
For the song "Gotta Have You".

Brit Awards

1977 Nominee
Brit
International Album
For "Songs in the Key of Life."

CableACE Awards

1985 Nominee
ACE
Performance in a Music Special
Stevie Wonder Comes Home (1984)

Grammy Awards

2010 Nominee
Grammy
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
For the song "All About the Love Again."
2009 Nominee
Grammy
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "Never Give You Up"
2007 Winner
Grammy
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "For Once in My Life"
2006 Winner
Grammy
Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
Shared with:
For the song "So Amazing"
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
For the song "From the Bottom of My Heart"
Nominee
Grammy
Best R&B Album
For the album "A Time to Love"
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
For the song "So What the Fuss"
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "A Time To Love"
Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
Shared with:
For the song "How Will I Know"
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
For "A Time To Love"
2005 Nominee
Grammy
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "Moon River"
2003 Winner
Grammy
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
Shared with:
For "Love's In Need Of Love Today"
Nominee
Grammy
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For the song "The Christmas Song"
1999 Winner
Grammy
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
for "St. Louis Blues"
Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s)
Shared with:
for "St. Louis Blues" artist: Herbie Hancock
Nominee
Grammy
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For "How Come, How Long"
1998 Nominee
Grammy
Best Music Video, Short Form
Babyface: How Come, How Long (1997)
Shared with:
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
Shared with:
For "How Come, How Long (Track)"
1997 Nominee
Grammy
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
For "Kiss Lonely Goodbye (Harmonica With Orchestra) (Track)"
1996 Winner
Grammy
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
for "For Your Love" artist: Stevie Wonder
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
for "For Your Love"
Lifetime Achievement Award
1992 Nominee
Grammy
Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television
Jungle Fever (1991)
For the song "Gotta Have You".
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "Gotta Have You (Single)"
Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television
For "Jungle Fever (From Jungle Fever)"
1989 Nominee
Grammy
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
For "Characters"
1988 Nominee
Grammy
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "Skeletons (Single)"
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
For "Skeletons (Single)"
1987 Winner
Grammy
Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
Shared with:
For "That's What Friends Are For".
Nominee
Grammy
Record of the Year
Shared with:
For "That's What Friends Are For"
1986 Winner
Grammy
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "In Square Circle".
Nominee
Grammy
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male
For "Part-Time Lover (Single)"
1985 Nominee
Grammy
Song of the Year
For "I Just Called To Say I Love You (Single)"
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male
For "I Just Called To Say I Love You (Single)"
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
For "I Just Called To Say I Love You (Instrumental) (Single)"
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "The Woman In Red (Track)"
1983 Nominee
Grammy
Record of the Year
Shared with:
For "Ebony And Ivory (Single)"
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "Do I Do (Single)"
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
For "What's That You're Doing (Track)"
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
For "Do I Do"
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
For "That Girl"
Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s)
Shared with:
For "Do I Do (Track)"
Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
Shared with:
For "Ebony And Ivory"
1981 Nominee
Grammy
Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special
Shared with:
For "Stevie Wonder's Journey Through The Secret Life Of Of Plants"
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "Master Blaster (Jammin')(Single)"
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
For "Let's Get Serious (Single)"
Producer of the Year (Non-Classical)
1977 Winner
Grammy
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "I Wish"
Best Producer of the Year
Album of the Year
For "Songs In The Key Of Life"
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male
For "Songs In The Key Of Life"
Nominee
Grammy
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
For "Contusion (Track)"
Best Inspirational Performance
For "Have A Talk With God (Track)"
Best Instrumental Composition
For "Contusion (Track)"
1975 Winner
Grammy
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
For "Living For The City" artist: Stevie Wonder
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "Boogie On Reggae Woman"
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male
For "Fulfillingness' First Finale"
Album of the Year
For "Fulfillingness' First Finale"
Nominee
Grammy
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
For "Tell Me Something Good"
Best Producer of the Year
1974 Winner
Grammy
Album of the Year
For "Innervisions"
Best R&B Song
For "Superstition"
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "Superstition"
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male
For "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life"
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
For "Superstition"
Nominee
Grammy
Song of the Year
For "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (Single)"
Record of the Year
For "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (Single)"
1972 Nominee
Grammy
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "We Can Work It Out (Single)"
1971 Nominee
Grammy
Best Rhythm & Blues Song
For "Signed, Sealed, Delivered (Single)"
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
For "Signed, Sealed, Delivered (Single)"
1969 Nominee
Grammy
Best Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance, Male
For "For Once In My Life (Single)"
1967 Nominee
Grammy
Best Rhythm & Blues Solo Vocal Performance, Male or Female
For "Uptight (Single)"
Best Rhythm & Blues Recording
For "Uptight"

Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA)

2016 Nominee
HMMA Award
Best Original Song - Animated Film
Sing (2016)
Shared with:
For the song "Faith".

Image Awards (NAACP)

2008 Winner
Hall of Fame

Peabody Awards

2002 Winner
Peabody Award
Winner
America: A Tribute to Heroes (2001)
Shared with:

From the beginning of the program with Bruce Springsteen singing "My City in Ruins" to the closing ... More

From the beginning of the program with Bruce Springsteen singing "My City in Ruins" to the closing moments with Willy Nelson leading a panoply of stars in singing "America, the Beautiful," America: A Tribute to Heroes is an exceptional salute to those lost in the events of September 11, 2001. Bare stages lit with hundreds of candles in New York, Los Angeles, and London provided the somber, unadorned setting for this unique program carried live, commercial free, by more than 30 radio, television and cable networks, including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, UPN, the WB, BET, Comedy Central, Court TV, the Discovery Channel, E!, Fox Family, FX, HBO, HBO Latino, Lifetime, MTV, PAX, Showtime, Sundance Channel, Telemundo, TLC, TNN, TNT, Univision, and VH-1. A number of Westwood One and Clear Channel Communications radio affiliates also simulcast the special telethon, which raised more than $150 million for the victims of 9/11. Leading this unprecedented cross-network effort was Executive Producer and Director Joel Gallen, Coordinating Producers Michael Dempsey and Carol Donovan, Director Beth McCarthy, and Writers David Wild, Peggy Noonan, Phil Rosenthal, Bob Shrum, Anne Lewis, Eli Attie, Tom Fontana, Chris Connelly, Terry Edmonds, Marshall Herskovitz, Ed Zwick, David Leaf, Gene Pack and Bill Clark. Moving musical numbers alternated with equally moving tributes. Those performing included Springsteen, Tom Hanks, Stevie Wonder featuring Take 6, George Clooney, U2, Will Smith, Muhammad Ali, Faith Hill, Kelsey Grammer, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Jim Carrey, Enrique Iglesias, Neil Young, Cameron Diaz, Alicia Keys, Robin Williams, Limp Bizkit with John Rzeznik of The Goo Goo Dolls, Dennis Franz, Jimmy Smits, Billy Joel, Calista Flockhart and Dixie Chicks. All involved donated their talent and time, while ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX underwrote costs surrounding the production of this outpouring of honor for those lost on Sept. 11, 2001.


Razzie Awards

2000 Winner
Razzie Award
Worst Original Song
Wild Wild West (1999)
Shared with:
For the song "Wild Wild West".

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

1989 Winner
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Trophy
Performers

Soul Train Awards

1989 Nominee
Soul Train Award
Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Music Video
Stevie Wonder: Skeletons (1987)
1988 Nominee
Soul Train Award
Album of the Year - Male
For the album: "Characters"
Best Single - Male
For the song: "Skeletons"
1987 Winner
Soul Train Award
Heritage Award for Career Achievement
Award for lifetime achievements.
Nominee
Soul Train Award
Album of the Year - Male
For the album: "In Square Circle"

The Kennedy Center Honors

1999 Winner
Kennedy Center Honors

TV Land Awards

2003 Nominee
TV Land Award
Favorite Guest Performance by a Musician on a TV Show
The Cosby Show (1984)

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