Estonian Music Awards

Last updated
Eesti Muusikaauhinnad
Country Estonia
Presented byEstonian Association of the Phonogram Producers
First awarded1998
Website www.muusikaauhinnad.eu

The Estonian Music Awards (Estonian : Eesti Muusikaauhinnad) are the annual Estonian pop music awards. The awards began in 1998, when the Estonian Association of the Phonogram Producers first awarded the Golden Record (Estonian : Kuldne Plaat) to the most successful artists. The award ceremony was pre-recorded by Eesti Televisioon on 29 December 1998 and aired two days later in the last day of the year. [1]

Estonian language Finno-Ugric language spoken in Estonia

The Estonian language is the official language of Estonia, spoken natively by about 1.1 million people: 922,000 people in Estonia and 160,000 outside Estonia. It is a Southern Finnic language and is the second most spoken language among all the Finnic languages.

Pop music is a genre of popular music that originated in its modern form in the United States and United Kingdom during the mid-1950s. The terms "popular music" and "pop music" are often used interchangeably, although the former describes all music that is popular and includes many diverse styles. "Pop" and "rock" were roughly synonymous terms until the late 1960s, when they became increasingly differentiated from each other.

Eesti Televisioon (ETV) is the free-to-air national public television station of Estonia. It made its first broadcast on 19 July 1955.

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Ceremonies

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No.CeremonyDateFemale Artist of the YearMale Artist of the YearEnsemble of the YearAlbum of the YearMusic Video of the Year
1 1998 29 December 1998 MaarjaKaua veel Mati NuudeTulipunased roosid Terminaator Kuld Terminaator Kuld Cool D Kas sa kuuled?
2 1999 3 March 2000 Mati NuudeViva šampanja CaaterMillennium: The Best of Caater CaaterMillennium: The Best of Caater Evelin Samuel & Camille Diamond of Night
3 2000 3 March 2001 InesHere For Your Love Riho SibulPoeet külmetab klaasmäel Claire's BirthdayVenus GenialistidHaiguste vältimine nende ennetamise teel
4 2001 3 March 2002 Hedvig HansonTule mu juurde Dave BentonFrom Monday to Sunday 2 Quick StartÜhega miljoneist BetoonKingChillout Squad
5 2003 15 March 2003 Liisi KoiksonThe Gemini Diaries Karl MadisTantsud vihmas Dagö Toiduklubi AlternatureOver The Water Blue
6 2004 3 March 2004 Hedvig HansonWhat Colour Is Love? ChaliceÜhendatud inimesed Dagö Hiired tuules Chupacabra – Tere Kertu
7 2005 2 March 2005 Ines15 magamata ööd Cool DSeenioride vabakava Toe TagLegendaarne Ines15 magamata ööd SkazoGde respect?
8 2006 19 March 2006 Liisi KoiksonVäike Järv Cool DTütar üksi kodus Tanel Padar & The Sun – The Greatest Hits Tanel Padar & The Sun – The Greatest Hits Toe TagPankrot
9 2007 18 March 2007 MaarjaLäbi jäätund klaasi Allan VainolaUnenäopüüdjad Tanel Padar & The Sun – 100% rock’n’roll Tanel Padar & The Sun – 100% rock’n’roll Cool DAitäh elu eest
10 2008 1 April 2008 Laura Muusa ChaliceTaevas ja perse Vaiko Eplik & Eliit – Vaiko Eplik & Eliit 2 Laura Muusa Under MarieThat Dance
11 2009 19 March 2009 Kerli Love Is Dead ChaliceSupervõimed HU?Film HU?Film Kerli Walking on Air
12 2010 25 February 2010 Birgit ÕigemeelTeineteisel pool Vaiko EplikNeljas PopidiotAntenna of Love Röövel ÖöbikRingrada PopidiotHanging on Friday
13 2011 17 February 2011 Lenna Lenna OrelipoissÕnn Ultima ThuleJälgede jälgedes Ultima ThuleJälgede jälgedes Kerli Tea Party
14 2012 2 February 2012 Liis LemsaluLiis Lemsalu Ott LeplandLaulan ma sind Ewert and The Two Dragons Good Man Down Ewert and The Two Dragons Good Man Down Ewert and The Two DragonsGood Man Down
15 2013 14 February 2013 IirisThe Magic Gift Box Ott LeplandÖö mu kannul käib Põhja-TallinnPer Aspera ad Astra Vaiko Eplik6 Varielu Kerli Zero Gravity
16 2014 30 January 2014 Birgit ÕigemeelUus algus Leslie Da BassTimes New Roman KõrsikudHeli jälgedes LennaTeine IirisTigerhead
17 2015 15 January 2015 Maria MinervaHistrionic Karl-Erik TaukarVääramatu jõud Curly StringsÜle ilma Curly StringsÜle ilma Trad.Attack!Kuukene
18 2016 29 January 2016 Elina BornElina Born Jüri PootsmannJüri Pootsmann Trad.Attack!Ah! Trad.Attack!Ah! Karl-Erik TaukarSegased lood
19 2017 26 January 2017 Kadri VoorandArmupurjus Karl-Erik TaukarKaks Elephants From NeptuneOh No Karl-Erik TaukarKaks Tommy CashWinaloto
20 2018 27 January 2018 Liis Lemsalu+1 Erki PärnojaEfterglow Trad.Attack!Kullakarva MiljardidKunagi läänes Tommy CashSurf

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References

  1. "Ajalugu" (in Estonian). Estonian Music Awards.