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Both [[Harry]] and [[Tom Chapin]] were nominated for Grammy's. Only Tom actually took home the actual award.
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Both [[Harry]] and [[Tom Chapin]] were nominated for Grammy's. Only Tom actually took home a Grammy.
  
 
==Harry Chapin nominations==  
 
==Harry Chapin nominations==  
* 1972 - New Artist nomination
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* [[1972]] - (Nominee) New Artist nomination
* 1974 - Song of the Year for "[[Cats in the Cradle]]"
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* [[1974]] - (Nominee) Pop Male Vocalist for "[[Cats in the Cradle]]"
  
 
==Tom Chapin nominations ==
 
==Tom Chapin nominations ==
Tom had been nominated in multiple Children's Categories
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Tom had been nominated in multiple Children's Categories. He was won three Grammys.
  
* 2001 - (Win) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[Mama Don't Allow]]"  
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* [[2001]] - (Winner) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[Mama Don't Allow]]"  
* 2002 - (Win) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly]]"  
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* [[2002]] - (Winner) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly]]"  
* 2004 - (Win) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[The Train the Call the City of New Orleans]]"
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* [[2004]] - (Winner) Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "[[The Train the Call the City of New Orleans]]"
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* [http://www.grammys.com/ The Official Grammy Website]
 
* [http://www.grammys.com/ The Official Grammy Website]

Revision as of 04:53, 29 January 2008

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

Harry Chapin nominations

Tom Chapin nominations

Tom had been nominated in multiple Children's Categories. He was won three Grammys.

External links