The following list includes some of the most significant awards and nominations received by the English rock band Genesis. This does not include any awards or nominations received for solo works or other group activities.
|Indicates non-competitive categories|
|American Music Awards||1987||Favorite Pop/Rock Band/Duo/Group||Genesis||Nominated|
|1993||We Can't Dance||Nominated|
|Favorite Adult Contemporary Album||Nominated|
|Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist||Nominated|
|Brit Awards||1993||British Album of the Year||Nominated|
|British Video of the Year||"Jesus He Knows Me"||Nominated|
|Grammy Awards||1985||Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal||Genesis||Nominated|
|Best Rock Instrumental Performance||"Second Home by the Sea"||Nominated|
|1987||Best Pop Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group or Soloist)||"The Brazilian"||Nominated|
|1988||Best Concept Music Video||"Land of Confusion"||Won|
|1993||Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals||"I Can't Dance"||Nominated|
|2010||Best Surround Sound Album||Tony Cousins and Nick Davis for Genesis 1970–1975||Nominated|
|Ivor Novello Awards||1983||Outstanding Contribution to British Music||Genesis||Won|
|1988||Best Song Musically And Lyrically||"Throwing It All Away"||Nominated|
|MTV Video Music Awards||1987||Video of the Year||"Land of Confusion"||Nominated|
|Best Concept Video||Nominated|
|Most Experimental Video||Nominated|
|Best Direction in a Video||John Lloyd and Jim Yukich for "Land of Confusion"||Nominated|
|Best Special Effects in a Video||Nominated|
|Best Art Direction in a Video||Stephen Bendelach, John Lloyd and Jim Yukich for "Land of Confusion"||Nominated|
|Viewer's Choice||"Land of Confusion"||Nominated|
|1992||Best Cinematography in a Video||Daniel Pearl for "I Can't Dance"||Nominated|
|International Viewer's Choice Award for MTV Europe||"I Can't Dance"||Nominated|
|Progressive Music Awards||2012||Lifetime Achievement ||Genesis||Won|
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