List of Awards and Nominations Received By Powderfinger

List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Powderfinger

This is a comprehensive listing of awards won by Powderfinger, an alternative rock band who were based in Brisbane, Australia. The band formed in 1989 in Brisbane, and their lineup since 1992 consisted of Bernard Fanning, John Collins, Ian Haug, Darren Middleton and Jon Coghill.

Powderfinger is highly successful in the Australian recording industry, being a recipient of the industry's flagship awards, the Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards, sixteen times. The group has also topped the Triple J Hottest 100 chart twice, and had a total of 21 entries listed. The group has also received three awards from the Australasian Performing Right Association, four Jack Awards, and four Music Industry Critics' Awards.

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