2013 Echo Awards

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2013 Echo Awards
2013 Echo Awards.jpg
Official poster
Date March 21, 2013 (2013-03-21)
Location Palais am Berliner Funkturm,
Berlin, Germany
Host Helene Fischer
Television/Radio coverage
Network Das Erste

The 22nd Annual Echo Awards were held on March 21, 2013, at the Palais am Berliner Funkturm in Berlin. The show was broadcast on Das Erste and was hosted for the first time by Schlager entertainer Helene Fischer. Nominations for all 27 award categories were announced on January 31, 2013.[1]

Die Toten Hosen won the most number of awards during the ceremony, with four, including the Echo for Song of the Year for "Tage wie diese" and Album of the Year for Ballast der Republik.[2] In addition, the band was awarded Best National Rock/Pop Group and Producers of the Year along with Vincent Sorg.[2] Other multiple winners include: Cro, Unheilig, Lana Del Rey and host Helene Fischer with two awards each.[2]


The following performed on the main telecast:

Winners and nominees[edit]


Die Toten Hosen won the most number of awards during the ceremony, including Song and Album of the Year.[2]
Rapper Cro received two awards of out his six nods.[2]
American singer Lana Del Rey was awarded Best International Newcomer and Female Rock/Pop Artist.[2]
Unheilig were awarded two prizes out of five nominations.[2]
Host Helene Fischer won two Echo Awards, including Best Schlager Artist or Group.[2]

The winners and nominees per category were (Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface):[1]

Song of the Year Album of the Year
Best National Newcomer Best International Newcomer
Best National Rock/Pop Male Artist Best International Rock/Pop Male Artist
Best National Rock/Pop Female Artist Best International Rock/Pop Female Artist
Best National Rock/Pop Group Best International Rock/Pop Group
Best National Rock/Alternative Group Best International Rock/Alternative Group
Best Schlager Artist or Group Best Folk Artist or Group
  • SantianoBis ans Ende der Welt
    • Die AmigosBis ans Ende der Zeit
    • Andreas Gabalier – Volks-Rock'n'Roller Live
    • Michael Hirte – Liebesgrüße auf der Mundharmonika
    • Kastelruther SpatzenLeben und leben lassen
Best Hip Hop/Urban Artist or Group Best Club/Dance Artist or Group
Best Crossover Artist or Group Best Music DVD
Producer(s) of the Year Music Video of the Year
Critic's Choice Radio–Echo
  • KraftklubMit K
    • DeichkindBefehl von ganz unten
    • Kid Kopphausen – I
    • SizarrPsycho Boy Happy
Lifetime Achievement Award (National) Lifetime Achievement Award (International)

Artists with multiple nominations and awards[edit]

Televised ratings[edit]

In its original live television broadcast, the ceremony received an 11.4 share/rating among viewers aged 18–49 and was watched by 3.73 million people.[4]


  1. ^ a b "Echo Award Gewinner" (in German). Retrieved 2013-03-22. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "Echo-Verleihung: Tote Hosen räumen ab". Spiegel Online (in German). 2013-03-22. Retrieved 2013-03-22. 
  3. ^ Nomination withdrawn: "Deutsche Phono-Akademie nimmt Frei.Wild von der Liste der diesjährigen ECHO-Nominierten", Bundesverband Musikindustrie, 7 March 2013. Retrieved 11 July 2013. (German)
  4. ^ Mantel, Uwe (2013-03-22). "Echo erholt sich: Höchste Zuschauerzahl seit 2008". dwdl.de. Retrieved 2013-03-22. 

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