List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Feist
Feist is a Juno Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter from Amherst, Nova Scotia. She has released four studio albums as a member of the indie rock supergroup Broken Social Scene: Feel Good Lost (2001), You Forgot It in People (2002), Bee Hives (2004), and Broken Social Scene (2005). All four albums were released with the Arts & Crafts record label. She has also released four studio albums as a solo artist: Monarch (Lay Your Jewelled Head Down) (1999), Let It Die (2004), Open Season (2006), and The Reminder (2007). These four albums were also released with the Arts & Crafts record label, with the exception of her first album, which was released by the Bobby Dazzler record label.
Feist has found success at awards shows in Canada, receiving eleven awards from sixteen nominations at the Juno Awards. She received five awards from five nominations in 2008 from the Juno Awards, including Single of the Year for "1234", Album of the Year for The Reminder, and Artist of the Year. She has also received four Grammy Award nominations, including Best Pop Vocal Album for The Reminder and Best New Artist in 2008, but has yet to win an award.
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