- Best British Male 2002 (Nominee)
- Best British Video 2002 (Nominee)
- Best British Male 1998 (Nominee)
- Best British Single 1998 (Nominee)
- Freddie Mercury 1998 (Nominee)
- The Freddie Mercury Award 1998 (Winner)
- Outstanding Contribution 1995 (Winner)
- Best British Album 1993 (Nominee)
- Best British Male 1993 (Nominee)
- Best British Male 1992 (Nominee)
- Best British Album 1991 (Nominee)
- Best British Male 1991 (Winner)
- Best British Male 1986 (Nominee)
- Outstanding Contribution 1986 (Winner)
- Best British Male 1984 (Nominee)
- Best British Album 1977 (Nominee)
- Best British Male 1977 (Nominee)
It was June 1967 and among those who responded to that advertisement in New Musical Express were Jeff Lynne, Mike Batt, a wannabe poet from Lincolnshire... and a shy young pianist from Pinner.
Elton John and Bernie Taupin first sat down and talked to each other in the Lancaster Grill on Tottenham Court Road, the month The Beatles released Sgt Pepper. Since then, the Lincolnshire poet and the pianist from Pinner have forged a partnership unequalled in the history of rock’n’roll.
In the 34 years since their joint credit first appeared, on 'Lord You Made The Night Too Long' (the B-side of Long John Baldry's hit 'Let The Heartaches Begin'), they have seen out not only The Beatles, but also Led Zeppelin, the Sex Pistols, The Jam, Wham!, The Smiths, The Verve...
And while others may come and go, the songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin have cemented themselves into the very foundations of popular music. ‘Your Song’, ‘Rocket Man’, ‘Daniel’, ‘Tiny Dancer’, ‘Candle In The Wind’, ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’, ‘Someone Saved My Life Tonight’, ‘Sad Songs (Say So Much)’, ‘Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me’, ‘Sacrifice’... The list goes on forever...