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1988: Album of the Year - The Joshua Tree; Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group - "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
1989: Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group - "Desire"; Best Video Performance, Short Form - "Where the Streets Have No Name"
1992: Best Rock Group Performance - Achtung Baby
1994: Best Alternative Album - Zooropa
1995: Best Music Video, Long Form - "Zoo TV Live From Sydney"
2000: Nominated in Best Music Video, Long Form - "PopMart Live from Mexico City"
2001: "Beautiful Day" wins in three categories: Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
2002: Record of the Year ("Walk On"), Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal ("Stuck In a Moment"), Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal ("Elevation"), and Best Rock Album (All That You Can't Leave Behind)
2005: Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal, Best Rock Song (songwriters award), Best Short Form Music Video (all for "Vertigo")
2006: Album of the Year - How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, Song of the Year ("Sometimes You Can't Make it on Your Own"), Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With vocal ("Sometimes You Can't Make it On Your Own"), Best Rock Song ("City of Blinding Lights")
1983: Best Live Act
1988: Best International Group
1989: Best International Group
1990: Best International Group
1992: Best International Group
1998: Best International Group
2001: Best International Group; Outstanding Contribution to Music
1985: Nominated: Best Group Video - Pride
1987: Nominated: Best Video, Best Group Video, Best Overall Performance, Best Director, Best Editing, Best Cinematography - "With or Without You"
Won: Viewer's Choice - "With or Without You"
1988: Nominated: Best Video, Best Group - "Where the Streets Have No Name," "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"; Best Concept - "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"; Best Stage Performance - "Where the Streets Have No Name,"
Won: Best Video From a Film - "When Love Comes to Town"
1992: Nominated: Best Group, Best Editing - "Even Better Than the Real Thing"
Won: Best Special Effects - "Even Better Than the Real Thing"
1994: Nominated: Best Video (MTV Europe) - "Stay (Faraway, So Close!)"
1995: Won: Best Group (MTV Europe)
1997: Won: Best Live Act (MTV Europe)
1999: Won: Free Your Mind Award - Bono (MTV Europe)
2001: Won: Video Vanguard
Irish Music Awards
2001 - U2 wins Best Band and Best Rock Album (All That You Can't Leave Behind), and Bono wins Best Songwriter at Meteor Irish Music Awards
2002 - U2 wins Best Irish Pop/Rock Group, Best Irish Pop/Rock Male Singer (Bono), Best Irish Pop/Rock Single ("Walk On"), Best Irish Pop/Rock Album (All That You Can't Leave Behind), Best Irish Video ("Elevation"), Best Irish Live Artist, and Industry Award (Paul McGuinness)
2003 - U2 wins Best Group and Bono receives the Humanitarian Award
1988 - Sunday Independent/Irish Life Arts Award
1995 - "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" wins a Golden Globe for Best Original Song
1999 - "Gig of the Year" from Irish online 'zine Oh Yeah!
2000 - "Man of the Year" Award at the NRJ Awards in France, for his work on behalf of Jubilee 2000 (Bono)
2000 - U2 is given the Freedom of Dublin after a unanimous vote in late 1999 by the Dublin City Council
2001 - Best Rock Act and "God-like Geniuses" awards at NME/Carling "Brats" in London
2001 - Best International Group at Italian Music Awards
2001 - Adam Clayton wins "Best Bassist - Male" at Gibson Guitar Awards
2001 - Best Band and Best Rock Album (All That You Can't Leave Behind), and Bono wins Best Songwriter at Meteor Irish Music Awards
2001 - Best Band at GQ Awards
2001 - Top Rock Act at first ever Top of the Pops Awards
2001 - Bono is named "European of the Year" by European Voice magazine
2001 - Best International Group and Best International Album (All That You Can't Leave Behind) at the Amigo Awards in Spain
2002 - three awards at the 13th annual Pollstar Concert Industry awards: Major Tour of the Year, Most Creative Stage Production, and Personal Manager of the Year - Paul McGuinness (U2)
2002 - Bono is given the "Heart of Entertainment" award by the Entertainment Industry Foundation for his worldwide charitable work.
2002 - "Best Concert by a Touring Band" at the Austin (TX) Music Awards
2002 - Joe O'Herlihy wins a Technical Excellence and Creativity Award for his position as Front of House Engineer for U2's Elevation tour.
2002 - Bono wins American Irish Historical Society gold medal for his work for worldwide humanitarian aid.
2003 - Bono recieves "Humanitarian Laureate Award" from the Simon Wiesenthanl Center.
2003 - Bono honored as 2003 Musicares Person of the Year for his accomplishments as a musician and a humanitarian.
2003 - Best Original Song at the Golden Globe Awards.
2003 - Bono wins Humanitarian Award from the American Ireland Fund.
2003 - Bono is given the Chevalier of Legion of Honour by French President Jacques Chirac.
2003 - Bono receives a "European Heroes" award from TIME (magazine) Europe.
2003 - the Outstanding Song Collection" award at the Novello Songwriting Awards in London.
2003 - "The Hands That Built America" wins the Best Original Song prize at the World Soundtrack Awards in Belgium.
2004 - Bono receives "Salute to Greatness" Award from the King Center in Atlanta.
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