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Both Harry and Tom Chapin were nominated for Grammy's.
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Both [[Harry]] and [[Tom Chapin]] were nominated for Grammy's. Only Tom actually took home the actual award.
  
==Harry's nominations=  
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==Harry Chapin nominations==  
1972 - New Artist nomination
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* 1972 - New Artist nomination
1974 - Song of the Year for [[Cats in the Cradle]]
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* 1974 - Song of the Year for "[[Cats in the Cradle]]"
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==Tom Chapin nominations ==
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Tom had been nominated in multiple Children's Categories
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* 2001 - (Win) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[Mama Don't Allow]]" <ref>{{cite web |title=The Grammys |url=http://www.grammys.com |accessdate=2008-01-280}}</ref>
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* 2002 - (Win) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly]]"
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* 2004 - (Win) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[The Train the Call the City of New Orleans]]"
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==Footnotes==
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Revision as of 01:46, 29 January 2008

Both Harry and Tom Chapin were nominated for Grammy's. Only Tom actually took home the actual award.

Harry Chapin nominations

Tom Chapin nominations

Tom had been nominated in multiple Children's Categories

Footnotes

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  1. "The Grammys". Retrieved 2008-01-280 .