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Gonefishin-denver

Floyd Pepper and John Denver sing together at the Grammy Awards in 1983.

RingoStarr

Kermit the Frog and Pepe the King Prawn interviewing Ringo Starr at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

MileyCyrus

Kermit and Pepe interviewing Miley Cyrus at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

Natashabedingfield

Kermit and Pepe interviewing Natasha Bedingfield at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

Markronson

Kermit and Pepe interviewing Mark Ronson at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

Fergie

Kermit interviewing Fergie at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

Harryshearer

Kermit and Pepe interviewing Harry Shearer at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

TheShins

Kermit and Pepe interviewing The Shins at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

Philramone

Pepe interviewing Phil Ramone at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

Wolfgangpuck

Kermit and Pepe interviewing Wolfgang Puck at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

Wilco

Kermit and Pepe interviewing Wilco at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

MirandaLambert

Kermit and Pepe interviewing Miranda Lambert at the 2008 Grammy Awards ceremony.

This is a list of Grammy Awards and nominations that Jim Henson and the Muppets have received. They are given out by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.

1970

The Sesame Street Book & Record
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

Susan Sings Songs from Sesame Street
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

"Rubber Duckie"
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1972

The Muppet Alphabet Album
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

The Official Sesame Street 2 Book-and-Record Album
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1973

Sesame Street LIVE!
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

1975

Merry Christmas from Sesame Street
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

The Sesame Street Monsters!
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

Bert and Ernie Sing-Along
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1977

Aren't You Glad You're You?
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

The Sesame Street Fairy Tale Album
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1978

The Muppet Show (album)
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

Sesame Street Fever (album)
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1979

The Muppet Movie (soundtrack)
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

Nominations:

  • Best Album of Original Score written for a Motion Picture or Television Special

Sesame Disco!
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

The Stars Come Out on Sesame Street
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

Anne Murray Sings for the Sesame Street Generation
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1980

In Harmony: A Sesame Street Record
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

Big Bird's Birdtime Stories
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

Christmas Eve on Sesame Street (album)
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

Love
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

The People in Your Neighborhood (album)
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1981

Sesame Country
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

Big Bird Discovers the Orchestra
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1983

Born to Add (album)
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

"Born to Add" (song)
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

Rocky Mountain Holiday (soundtrack)
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1984

Jim Henson's Muppets Present Fraggle Rock
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

The Muppets Take Manhattan (soundtrack)
Nominations:

  • Best Recording for Children

1985

Follow That Bird (soundtrack)
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

1986

The Alphabet
Won:

  • Best Recording for Children

1993

The Muppet Christmas Carol (soundtrack)
Nominations:

  • Best Musical Album for Children

The Muppet Christmas Carol Story Album
Nominations:

  • Best Spoken Word Album for Children

1998

Elmopalooza! (soundtrack)
Won:

  • Best Musical Album for Children

Elmo's New Laugh
Nominations:

  • Best Spoken Word Album for Children

1999

The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (soundtrack)
Won:

  • Best Musical Album for Children

Let's Eat!
Nominations:

  • Best Spoken Word Album for Children

2001

Elmo and the Orchestra
Won:

  • Best Musical Album for Children

2005

Thanks & Giving All Year Long
Won:

  • Best Spoken Word Album for Children

2008

The reel shown in memoriam of music personalities included Arthur Shimkin, to a clip of "Rubber Duckie".

Kermit the Frog and Pepe the King Prawn took to the red carpet, doing interviews with Ringo Starr, Fergie, Natasha Bedingfield, Mark Ronson, Harry Shearer, The Shins, Paul Wall, Feist, Dave Koz, Phil Ramone, Nelly Furtado, Paris Bennett, Colbie Caillat, Tia Carrere, Amy Lee, Wolfgang Puck, Miley Cyrus, Paramore and Wilco for Disney Xtreme Digital. The duo also sang "Beyond the Sea" with the Shins and "The Rainbow Connection" with Wilco.

A Green and Red Christmas
Won:

  • Best Musical Album for Children

2012

The Muppets
Nominations:

  • Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

"Man or Muppet"
Nominations:

  • Best Song Written for Visual Media

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