Nox (band)

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Nox
Origin Hungary
Genres Pop
Folk
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2002–2009
Labels Universal Music (2003-2009)
Website Nox Official Site
Members Szilvia Péter Szabó (2003-)
Tamás Nagy (2003-)
Past members Zoltán Szűcs (2003)

Nox were a Hungarian pop band which mixes traditional Hungarian music with more modern sounds. To date, they have released 7 albums. The band has 2 fixed members - Szilvia Péter Szabó, and Tamás Nagy.

Eurovision performance[edit]

They are best known in the rest of Europe for representing Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 in Kiev. After qualifying from the semi-final in fifth place, they eventually finished 12th with their song Forogj, világ! (Spin, World). They were the first Hungarian act in the contest since 1998.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album information
Örökség (Heritage)
  • Released: 22 July 2002
  • Chart Positions: #1 HUN
  • HUN certification: Platinum
  • HUN Sales: 28.000
Bűvölet (Enchantment)
  • Released: 27 October 2003
  • Chart Positions: #1 HUN
  • HUN certification: 2x Platinum
  • HUN Sales: 53.000
Karácsony (Christmas)
  • Released: 15 November 2004
  • Chart Positions: #1 HUN
  • HUN certification: Platinum
  • HUN Sales: 29.000
Ragyogás (Shining)
  • Released: 16 April 2005
  • Chart Positions: #1 HUN
  • HUN certification: 2x Platinum
  • HUN Sales: 42.000
Örömvölgy (Joy Valley)
  • Released: 16 October 2006
  • Chart Positions: #1 HUN
  • HUN certification: 2x Platinum
  • HUN Sales: 30.000+
Csendes (Silent)
  • Released: 26 November 2007
  • Chart Positions: #1 HUN
  • HUN certification: Gold
  • HUN Sales: 7.500+
Időntúl (Over Time)
  • Released: 5 September 2008
  • Chart Positions: #2 HUN
  • HUN certification:Gold
  • HUN Sales: 7 500+
Most (Now)
  • Released: 16 November 2009
  • Chart Positions: #4 HUN
  • HUN certification:
  • HUN Sales:
Best of
  • Released: 19 March 2010
  • Chart Positions: #7 HUN
  • HUN certification:
  • HUN Sales:

Photographs[edit]

  • [1] Holding the Persian Golden Lioness Statuette
  • [2] Arrival at the Grand Royal Hotel in Budapest, venue of the 2006 Persian Golden Lioness Awards
  • [3] On the red carpet
  • [4] On stage
  • [5] On stage at Eger Hungary 01
  • [6] On stage at Eger Hungary 02
  • [7] On stage at Eger Hungary 03

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Charlie
Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest
2005
Succeeded by
Magdi Rúzsa