List of British Grammy winners and nominees

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The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Britain:

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NomineeWinsNominations
Paul McCartney [1] 1878
Sting [2] 1745
Louis Solito [3] 1736
Adele [4] 1518
Tom Elmhirst [5] 1419
George Harrison [6] 1239
Ringo Starr [7] 927
Tim Handley [8] 910
John Lennon [9] 734
Coldplay [10] 729
The Beatles [11] 723
Mark Ronson [12] 712
Barry Gibb [13]
Mark Knopfler [14]
616
Amy Winehouse [15] 68
Elton John [16] 534
Erik Smith [17] 522
David Bowie [18] 519
Dave Russell [19] 58
Annie Lennox [20]
Seal [21]
415
Ed Sheeran [22] 413
Olivia Newton-John [23] 412
The Chemical Brothers [24] 411
Sade [25] 49
John Barry [26] 48
Sam Smith [27] 46
Ozzy Osbourne [28] 38
Mick Jagger [29] 316
The Rolling Stones [30] 312
Robert Orton [31] 37
Yehudi Menuhin [32] 210
George Michael [33]
Mumford & Sons [34]
29
Fleetwood Mac [35] 27
Sheena Easton [36] 26
Julie Andrews [37]
Vernon Reid [38]
25
Black Sabbath [39] 24
Steve Barnett [40]
Dua Lipa [41]
22
Rod Stewart [42] 115
Graham Nash [43] 18
Judas Priest [44] 15
Joss Stone [45] 15
Boy George [46]
Pink Floyd [47]
Motörhead [48]
Iron Maiden [49]
14
Duffy [50] 13
Dirty Vegas [51]
Ella Mai [52]
12
Foxes [53] 11
Alan Parsons [54] 011
James Blunt [55] 05
Queen [56]
Disclosure [57]
04
Leona Lewis [58] 03
Andy Gibb [59]
Lisa Stansfield [60]
Charli XCX [61]
Susan Boyle [62]
M.I.A. [63]
02
Shirley Bassey [64]
Ellie Goulding [65]
Jessie J [66]
Nic Fanciulli [67]
Lisa Milne [68]
Brian Nash [69]
Cradle of Filth [70]
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  1. Paul McCartney at Grammys
  2. Sting at Grammys
  3. Louis Solito at Grammys
  4. Adele at Grammys
  5. Tom Elmirst at Grammys
  6. George Harrison at Grammys
  7. Ringo Starr at Grammys
  8. Tim Handley at Grammys
  9. John Lennon at Grammys
  10. Coldplay at Grammys
  11. The Beatles at Grammys
  12. Mark Ronson at Grammys
  13. Barry Gibb at Grammys
  14. Mark Knopfler at Grammys
  15. Amy Winehouse at Grammys
  16. Elton John at Grammys
  17. Erik Smith at Grammys
  18. David Bowie at Grammys
  19. Dave Russell at Grammys
  20. Annie Lennox at Grammys
  21. Seal at Grammys
  22. Ed Sheeran at Grammys
  23. Olivia Newton-John at Grammys
  24. The Chemical Brothers at Grammys
  25. Sade at Grammys
  26. John Barry at Grammys
  27. Sam Smith at Grammys
  28. Ozzy Osbourne at Grammys
  29. Mick Jagger at Grammys
  30. Rolling Stones at Grammys
  31. Robert Orton at Grammys
  32. Yehudi Menuhin at Grammys
  33. George Michael at Grammys
  34. Mumford & Sons at Grammys
  35. Fleetwood Mac at Grammys
  36. Sheena Easton at Grammys
  37. Julie Andrews at Grammys
  38. Vernon Reid at Grammys
  39. Black Sabbath at Grammys
  40. Steve Barnett at Grammys
  41. Dua Lipa at Grammys
  42. Rod Stewart at Grammys
  43. Graham Nash at Grammys
  44. Judas Priest at Grammys
  45. Joss Stone at Grammys
  46. Boy George at Grammys
  47. Pink Floyd at Grammys
  48. Motorhead at Grammys
  49. Iron Maiden at Grammys
  50. Duffy at Grammys
  51. Dirty Vegas at Grammys
  52. Ella Mai at Grammys
  53. Foxes at Grammys
  54. Alan Parsons at Grammys
  55. James Blunt at Grammys
  56. Queen at Grammys
  57. Disclosure at Grammys
  58. Leona Lewis at Grammys
  59. Andy Gibb at Grammys
  60. Lisa Stansfield at Grammys
  61. Charli XCX at Grammys
  62. Susan Boyle at Grammys
  63. M.I.A. at Grammys
  64. Shirley Bassey at Grammys
  65. Ellie Golding at Grammys
  66. Jessie J at Grammys
  67. Nic Fanciulli at Grammys
  68. Lisa Milne at Grammys
  69. Brian Nash at Grammys
  70. Cradle of Filth at Grammys