Annex: Awards and nominations of Gustavo Cerati

Gustavo Cerati was an Argentine singer-songwriter, leader of the mythical Latin rock band Soda Stereo, with which he received the award for the trajectory of MTV in 2002 , the first that gave the entity. In addition Cerati released five solo studio albums : Amor Amaral ( 1993 ), Bocanada ( 1999 ), Siempre es hoy ( 2002 ), Aíí vamos ( 2006 ) and Fuerza natural ( 2009 ).

Cerati once won the Grammy Award for his album Siempre es hoy . The Argentine musician won 11 Latin Grammy Awards – six of them after his accident that left him in coma – for his album Fuerza natural and his song ” Déjà vu “.

In the Prizes Gardel obtained three Gardel de Oro , 1 granted by the Argentine Camera of Producers of Phonograms and Videograms , the maximum and unique distinction that emphasizes and it encourages the Argentine musicians and artists given by those who are part of the music industry. 1

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards were created by the Recording Academy (an association of Americans professionally related to the music industry) to recognize the most outstanding artists in the recording industry, are considered the equivalent of the Oscars in the world of music . Cerati was nominated once. 2

Year Nominated work Category Result
2004 Always is today “Best Latin Rock / Alternative Album” Nominated

Grammy Latin

The Latin Grammy Awards were released in 2000 with a broadcast in the United States for CBS . Similar to the Grammy Award, Latin Grammys recognize artistic and technical excellence in the arts and sciences of recorded music through peer-to-peer voting. It has become a prestigious prize in Latin music. Of the 26 nominations he received in total, Gustavo Cerati won 11.

Year Nominated work Category Result
2000 Bridge “Best rock song” Winner
Bridge “Best song of the year” Winner
2000 Bridge “Record of the year” Winner
2000 Puff “Best albun of the year” Winner
Puff “Best Male Vocal Rock Performance” 3 Winner
2000 Puff “Best rock albun” Winner
2000 Puff “Best cover design” 3 Nominated
2002 + Good “Best Instrumental Pop album” Winner
2003 Always is today “Best rock vocal album” Winner
2003 Always is today “Best album of the year” Winner
2003 Impossible things Best rock song “ Winner
2003 Impossible things “Best song of the year” Nominated
2003 Impossible things “Best recording of the year” Nominated
2003 Always is today “Best Cover Design” Nominated
2003 Always is today “Best Male Vocal Rock Performance” 3 Winner
2006 Here we go “Album of the Year” 3 Winner
2006 Here we go “Best rock album” 3 Winner
2006 Here we go “Best cover design” 3 Nominated
2006 ” Crime “ “Best rock song” 3 Winner
2006 ” Crime “ “Best song of the year” 3 Winner
2006 ” Crime “ “Recording of the Year” 3 Winner
2006 Oral Fixation Vol.1 ( Shakira ) “Best production” 3 Winner
2007 “The exeption” “Best rock song” Winner
“Record of the year” Nominated
“El Mareo” (with Bajofondo Tango Club ) “Best alternative song” Winner 4
2010 Natural force “Best rock album” Winner 4
2010 Natural force “Best album of the year” Winner
2010 Natural force “Best Cover Design” Winner 4
2010 Natural force “Production of the year” Winner
2010 ” Déjà vu “ “Best Rock Theme” Winner 4
2010 ” Déjà vu “ “Best theme of the year” Winner
2010 ” Déjà vu “ “Best Video Clip” Winner
2010 Natural force “Best album of the year” Winner 4
2015 Gustavo Cerati “Legend to Latin rock award” Winner

MTV Video Music Awards Latin America

    • 2000 | Winner “Best soloist”
    • 2000 | Winner “Best Artist of the Year”
    • 2000 | Winner “Best Rock Artist”
    • 2000 | Winner “Best Argentinean Artist”
    • 2000 | Winner “Best Video of the Year Bridge”
    • 2000 | Winner “Southeastern Artist”
    • 2002 | Nomination “Best Southeast Artist”
    • 2002 | Winner “Best male artist of the year”
    • 2002 | Winner “Prize for the career by Soda Stereo”
    • 2003 | Winner “Video of the Year”: “Impossible Things”
    • 2003 | Winner “Best Soloist”
    • 2003 | Winner “Best Artist of the Year”
    • 2003 | Winner “Best Rock Artist”
    • 2003 | Winner “Best Argentine Artist”
    • 2006 | Winner “Best Soloist”
    • 2006 | Winner “Best Rock Artist”
    • 2006 | Winner “Video of the Year”: “Crime”
    • 2006 | Winner “Artist of the Year”
    • 2006 | Winner “Best South Artist”
    • 2006 | Winner “Best Argentine Artist”
    • 2008 | Winner “Best Rock Artist”
    • 2008 | Winner “Best Soloist”

Rock & Pop Awards

  • 2006 | Winner “World’s best soloist
  • 2006 | Winner “Best national singer”
  • 2006 | Winner “Best national animal song album”
  • 2006 | Winner “Best national show Soda Stereo the last concert”

Awards 40 Main

  • 2006 | Winner “Best artist or national group from Argentina”
  • 2008 | Winner “Best artist or national group from Argentina”
  • 2009 | Winner “Best artist or national group from Argentina”

Awards Carlos Gardel

The Gardel Awards are the most important music awards awarded in Argentina. They are organized and granted by the Argentine Chamber of Producers of Phonograms, Videograms and their Reproductions (CAPIF). They are presented annually and the annual series, the most important prize is the Gardel de Oro. The first delivery was made in 1999. The prizes are awarded every year since 1999 and reward the artistic activity carried out during the previous year. Since 2003, the regulation of the distinctions that the record industry gives to the musical productions established that Gardel de Oro was for the winner of the category “best album of the year”. Until then it was granted by the great trajectory of the artist. 1 Awarded by the Argentine Chamber of Producers of Phonograms and Videograms , the highest and only distinction that highlights and encourages Argentine musicians and artists delivered by those who are part of the music industry. 1 5

Year Nominated work Category Result
2000 Puff “Best rock artist” Winner
2000 Puff “Best cover design” Designer: Alejandro Ros Winner
2000 Puff “Director of the Year” Director: Gustavo Cerati Winner
2000 Puff “Album of the year” Winner
2000 Puff “Best rock album” Winner
2000 Bridge “Best video clip” Winner
2000 Bridge “Best theme of the year” Winner
2000 Bridge “Best Rock Theme” Winner
2002 11 Symphony Episodes “Best male rock artist” Winner
2002 11 Symphony Episodes “Best cover design” Designer: Urko Nominated
2002 11 Symphony Episodes “Director of the Year” Director: Diego Sáenz Nominated
2003 Always is today “Best Rock Album Artist” Winner
2003 Always is today “Albun of the year” Winner Gardel Gold
2003 Always is today “Best album of the year” Directors: Gustavo Cerati, Toy Hernandez and Sacha Triujeque Winner
2003 “Impossible things” “Best Performance of the Year” Directors: Cerati, Etcheto Triujeque Winner
2003 “Impossible things” “Best theme of the year” Winner
2003 “Impossible things” “Best Rock Theme” Winner
2003 “Impossible things” “Best video clip” Winner
2007 Here we go “Best Rock Album Artist” Winner
2007 Here we go “Best cover design” Designer: Ezequiel de San Pablo Winner
2007 Here we go “Recording engineering” Engineers: González, Dorfman, Castillo, Weinberg Winner
2007 Here we go “Production of the Year” Producer: Cerati / González Winner
2007 Here we go “Album of the year” Winner Gardel Gold
2007 “Crime” “Best video clip” Winner
2007 “Crime” “Interpretation of the Year” Winner
2007 “Crime” “Song of the Year” Winner
2008 Here we go “Best DVD” Winner
2008 “The dizziness” “Song of the Year” (from the album “Sweet Sea” by Bajofondo , sung by Gustavo Cerati). Nominated
2009 “You Will See Me Back” “Best DVD” “Me Veras Volver” Diego Saenz Winner
2010 Natural force “Best Rock Artist Album” Winner
2010 Natural force “Best Cover Design” Winner
2010 Natural force “Recording Engineering” (Héctor Castillo · Uriel Dorfman · Nicolas Parker Pucci · James Brown · Greg Calbi) Winner
2010 Natural force “Production of the Year (Gustavo Cerati · Héctor Castillo) Winner
2010 Natural force “Album of the Year” Winner Gardel Gold
2010 Natural force “Rock album” Winner
2010 “Deja vu” “Best Video Clip” Winner
2010 “Deja vu” “Song of the Year” Winner
2010 “Deja vu” “Best Song of the Year” Winner

Martín Fierro Awards

  • 2005 | Winner “Best Original Musical Theme”: “Tu locura” (Cortina de “Locas de amor”, Channel 13)

Konex Awards

  • 2015 | Konex Award – Diploma to Merit as Best Male Rock Soloist of the decade in Latin America.
  • 2005 | Konex Award – Diploma to Merit as one of the top 5 Male Rock Soloists of the decade in Argentina.
  • 1995 | Konex Award – Diploma to Merit as one of the top 5 Male Rock Singer of the decade in Latin America.

Other prizes and recognitions

  • 2004 | Good Aliens Award | Best CD “Reversiones / Siempre es hoy”
  • 2007 | Viña del Mar, Silver Torch, Gold Torch and Silver Gull
  • 2007 | Outstanding Personality of Culture | Distinction of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires
  • 2008 | Personality of the year | Argentine Chamber of Producers of Phonograms and Videograms (CAPIF)
  • 2010 | Prize musa 2010 in the category rock in Spanish
  • 2013 | Illustrious citizen of the city of Buenos Aires | Legislature of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires

Journalistic distinctions

Voting of journalists

Newspaper Distinctions

* 1985 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1985 | Winner best subject when the tremor passes

* 1986 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1986 | Best winner american shutter theme

* 1987 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1988 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1988 | Winner best theme in the city of fury

* 1990 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1990 | Best light music theme winner

* 1991 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1992 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1995 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1995 | Winner better theme she used my head as a revolver

* 1996 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 1997 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 2000 | Winner best soloist

* 2000 | Winner best puff puck

* 2000 | Best bridge theme winner

* 2000 | Winner best soloist

* 2000 | Winner best soloist shared with charly garcia

* 2002 | Winner best soloist

* 2002 | Best record winner is always today

* 2002 | Winner best subject impossible things

* 2003 | Winner best soloist

* 2006 | Winner best soloist

* 2006 | Best record winner out there.

* 2006 | Best crime theme winner

* 2006 | Best crime video winner

* 2007 | Winner best soda stereo band

* 2008 | Winner best song mareo

* 2009 | Winner best soloist

* 2009 | Winner best natural strength disk

* 2009 | Best theme winner deja vu

* 2010 | Winner best soloist

Rolling Stone Magazine

  • 2000 | Winner best soloist
  • 2000 | Male singer best winner
  • 2000 | Best winner albun puff
  • 2000 | Best bridge theme winner
  • 2000 | Winner best cover puff
  • 2000 | Best group winner or soloist revelation
  • 2000 | Winner of the year
  • 2003 | Winner best soloist
  • 2003 | Winner best male singer
  • 2003 | Best albun winner is always today
  • 2003 | Winner of the year
  • 2003 | Winner best subject impossible things
  • 2006 | Best singer winner
  • 2006 | Winner best soloist
  • 2006 | Winner of the year
  • 2006 | Winner better cap there we go
  • 2006 | Best return winner
  • 2006 | Winner best theme there we go
  • 2006 | Best crime video winner
  • 2006 | Best crime theme winner
  • 2006 | Winner best show of the year pepsi music
  • 2008 | Male singer best winner
  • 2010 | Winner of the year
  • 2010 | Best albun natural strength winner
  • 2010 | Best singer winner
  • 2010 | Winner best soloist
  • 2010 | Best theme winner deja vu
  • 2010 | Winner natural strength cap
  • 2010 | Winner national artist

Survey of the supplement no. Daily pag 12

* 2000 | Artist of the decade with charly garcia

* 2010 | Artist of the decade

References

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