List of awards and nominations received by Tom Petty - Radio Music Awards

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Radio Music Awards The Radio Music Awards are an annual award show that honors the year's most successful songs on mainstream radio.

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Data row number Year Nominated work Award Result

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Year integer
Nominated work text
Award text
Result text

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