List of awards and nominations received by Katy Garbi

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Katy Garbi awards and nominations
Garbi performing at Polis Studio in 2013.
Award Wins Nominations
Arion Music Awards
1 5
Eurovision awards
0 1
MAD Video Music Awards
1 7
Pop Corn Music Awards
12 33+
Super Music Awards
0 5
Totals
Awards won 14
Nominations 47+

This page features a list of awards and nominations received by Greek singer and actress Katy Garbi. Since making her professional music debut in 1987 Garbi has released 20 studio albums: Prova (1989), Gyalia Karfia (1990), Entalma Silepseos (1991), Tou Feggariou Anapnoes (1992), Os Ton Paradeiso (1993), Atofio Hrysafi (1994), Arhizo Polemo (1996), Evaisthisies (1997), Hristougenna Me Tin Katy (1998), Doro Theou (1999), To Kati (2000), Apla Ta Pragmata (2001), Emmones Idees (2003), Eho Sta Matia Ourano (2005), Pos Allazei O Kairos (2006), Kainourgia Ego (2008), Pazl (2011), Buona Vita (2013), Perierges Meres (2013), Spase Tous Deiktes (2017). Garbi has also released two live albums: 18 Hronia Live (2007) and 30 Hronia Katy Garbi (Live Katrakio 2019) (2020). Garbi had her biggest commercial success with Arhizo Polemo and Evaisthisies, two of the highest selling albums of the 1990s (decade), followed by the double To Kati, which is one of the best-selling albums of the 2000s (decade) in Greece. Her albums have been released on Sony Music Entertainment Greece (1989–2009, 2013), Universal Music Greece (2010–2013) and Panik Platinum (2016–present). She has released material on Incipit Records, Front Seat, Planetworks and 2645 Records.

Garbi began her music career as a duo with her sister, Liana Garbi as Adelfes Garbi. Breaking away from the duo, Garbi featured on compilation albums Ta Deka Dekaria Vol 1 and Vol 2, which were followed by her debut solo album Prova. In 1992, Garbi's fourth album Tou Feggariou Anapnoes was certified gold and spawned Garbi's first commercial hit "Pes To M'Ena Fili". This led to her participating in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 with "Ellada, Hora Tou Fotos", taking 9th place.[1] The same year Garbi began collaborating with songwriter Phoebus in a partnership that resulted in 1 gold, 1 platinum and 3 multi-platinum albums.

Garbi's popularity culminated in the mid-1990s early-2000s (decade), becoming a prominent performer of the laiko-pop genre reigning at the time. The first annual music awards were materialized in Greece with the launch of the Pop Corn Music Awards; in 1997 Garbi won four awards for her album Arhizo Polemo. She was awarded album of the year and song of the year in 1999, for album Evaisthisies and its title track, respectively. Garbi has also received one Arion Music Award, and received one honorary MAD Video Music Award for her 30 years of discography in 2019. She has been nominated for awards in laïko, contemporary laïko, pop, and dance categories and has won 12 recognized awards from over 45 nominations.

This list includes only recognized awards and not polls and other awards. Also, the list may be incomplete due to the lack of sources on Greek awards prior to the new 2000 millennium.

Arion Music Awards[edit]

The Arion Music Awards are the official Greek music industry awards by IFPI Greece since 2002, after the Pop Corn Music Awards, which were organized by the Greek magazine Pop Corn from 1992–2001, were discontinued. The Arion Awards were broadcast by Mega Channel in their first five years before moving to ANT1 channel. The awards have not been held since 2007 for various reasons. Katy Garbi has won one award, in a tie with Natasa Theodoridou from five nominations.[2][3][4][5]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2002 Katy Garbi Female Singer of the Year Nominated
Best Female for Laïko Nominated
Best Female for Modern Laïko Won
2004 Best Female for Modern Laïko Nominated
2006 Best Female for Laïko Nominated

Eurovision awards[edit]

The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual competition held among active member countries of the EBU. The contest, which has been broadcast every year since its début in 1956, is one of the longest-running television programs and most watched in the world. Garbi represented Greece in 1993, finishing in ninth place.[6]

Year Nominated work Result Place Points
1993 "Ellada, Hora Tou Fotos" Nominated 9th 64

MAD Video Music Awards[edit]

The MAD Video Music Awards are held annually in June by MAD TV since 2004. In its first two years, the awards were televised on ANT1 for non-satellite viewers, but have since moved to Alpha TV. Garbi has performed four times at the awards (2005, 2013, 2015 and 2019), and presented an award to Anna Vissi in 2004 and Antonis Remos in 2013. Garbi has received 6 nominations, and an honorary award for her 30 years of discography presented to her at the 2019 MAD VMAs.[7][8][9][10][11][12][13]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2004 Katy Garbi in Na Pernas Fashion Icon Nominated
2006 Spaciba Baby Best Duet Video Clip Nominated
2007 Esena Mono Mokka vs Katy Garbi Best Dance Video Clip Nominated
2015 Katy Garbi Best Female Adult Nominated
2018 Best Female Adult Nominated
2019 Best Female Adult Nominated
Artist Recognition Award Won

Pop Corn Music Awards[edit]

The Greek Pop Corn Music Awards are a defunct awards ceremony that were the first official Greek music awards show from 1992-2001 and were organized by the Greek magazine Pop Corn. The Arion Music Awards became the new national music awards ceremony in 2001 after the Pop Corns were discontinued. Garbi has received 12 awards from over 33 nominations.[14][15][16][17]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1993 Tou Feggariou Anapnoes Best LP Nominated
1994 "Nai Yparho Ego" Song of the Year Nominated
Katy Garbi Female Artist of the Year Nominated
1995 Atofio Hrysafi Album of the Year Won
"Ksypoliti Horevo" Best Laiko Dance Track Won
"Zisame" Best Duet Nominated
"Mi Me Sigkrineis" Best Lyrics Nominated
1996 Arhizo Polemo Album of the Year Won
"Perasmena Ksehasmena" Best Laiko Dance Song Won
"Arhizo Polemo" Best Lyrics Won
"Tha Melagholiso" Best Composition Won
Katy Garbi Female Artist of the Year Nominated
1997 Female Artist of the Year Nominated
1998 Evaisthisies Album of the Year Won
"Evaisthisies" Song of the Year Won
Radio Sfera 102.1 Song of the Year Won
"Apozimiosi" Best Female Interpretation Nominated
Katy Garbi Best Female Stage Performance Nominated
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
1999 "Agkires" Best Laiko Dance Song Nominated
Doro Theou Best Artwork Won
Album of the Year Nominated
"Pos Fovamai Na Sou Po" Best Female Interpretation Nominated
"Doro Theou" Best Lyrics Nominated
Katy Garbi Best Female Stage Performance Nominated
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
2000 "Epitelous" Best Duet/Collaboration Won
To Kati Album of the Year Nominated
"To Kati" Song of the Year Nominated
Best Dance Track Won
"To Lathos" Best Female Interpretation Nominated
Katy Garbi Best Female Stage Performance Nominated
Female Artist of the Year Nominated

Super Music Awards[edit]

The Super Music Awards are the current music awards of Cyprus, held annually in June by Super FM Radio (Cyprus) since 2016. Garbi has received five nominations, four in recognition of the album Spase Tous Deiktes.[18][19][20]

Year Nominee/Work Award Result
2017 Katy Garbi Best Female (Laiko) Nominated
2018 Nominated
Spase Tous Deiktes Album of the Year Nominated
Katy Garbi/Vasilis Karras - Oute Leksi Best Duet/Collaboration Nominated
2019 Katy Garbi Best Female (Laiko) Nominated

Other honours[edit]

  • On 14 March 2010, Alpha TV ranked Garbi the eighth top-certified Greek female artist by IFPI Greece during the phonographic era (since 1960).[21]
  • On 9 May 1997, Garbi became the first Greek female artist to perform at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

References[edit]

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  3. ^ Staff (April 2003). "Μουσικά Βραβεία Αρίων...όλα όσα συνέβησαν!" (in Greek). MAD TV. Retrieved 2010-08-07.
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  8. ^ Staff (June 2006). "MAD Video Music Awards 2006 Nominations" (in Greek). MAD TV. Retrieved 2010-08-07.
  9. ^ "Mad Video Music Awards Η φαντασμαγορική επετειακή απονομή!" (in Greek). Yupi Gr. 25 June 2013. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  10. ^ "Mad Video Music Awards 2015 Όσα έγιναν στην 12η απονομή: Φωτογραφίες" (in Greek). Yupi Gr. 30 June 2015. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  11. ^ "Mad Video Music Awards 2018 by Coca-Cola and McDonald's" (in Greek). Mikrofono Gr. 15 June 2018. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  12. ^ "MAD Video Music Awards Αυτή είναι η λίστα με τις υποψηφιότητες!" (in Greek). Yupi Gr. 29 May 2019. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  13. ^ "Καίτη Γαρμπή & Alcatrash "Θα Μελαγχολήσω" : Η διασκευή που ξεσήκωσε στα Mad VMA 2019" (in Greek). Mikrofono Gr. 10 July 2019. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  14. ^ Georgantas, Themis, Pop Corn Magazine #156: Mousika Vravia Pop Corn '97, Musicoekdotiki Co., Athens, 1998, p.16-17
  15. ^ Georgantas, Themis, Mousika Vravia Pop Corn '98 Magazine, Musicoekdotiki Co., Athens, 1999, p.16-17
  16. ^ Georgantas, Themis, Mousika Vravia Pop Corn '99 Magazine, Musicoekdotiki Co., Athens, 2000, p.16-17
  17. ^ http://www.mad.tv/section/news/7059/news/Μουσικά+Βραβεία+&quot%3BΠοπ+Κορν&quot%3B
  18. ^ "MAD Video Music Awards 2004 Nominations" (in Greek). Super FM. June 2017. Archived from the original on June 2017. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  19. ^ "SUPER MUSIC AWARDS with Pringles" (in Greek). Super FM. June 2018. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  20. ^ "SUPER MUSIC AWARDS with Pringles" (in Greek). Super FM. June 2019. Retrieved 2020-04-23.
  21. ^ Chart Show: Your Countdown. Alpha TV. Airdate: 14 March 2010