Slávik Awards

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Slávik
Awarded for Popularity in the music industry.
Country Slovakia
First awarded 1998
Last awarded 2012

Slávik (English: Nightingale) was a music poll established by the FORZA company, which had been the main promoter of such poll in Slovakia.[1] The annual awards were permitted live through one of the CME networks, Markíza (1998 - 2010), and TV JOJ (2011 – 2012).

Winners[edit]

Major awards[edit]

Year Male Singer Female Singer Band Ref
Gold Silver Bronze Gold Silver Bronze Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Pavol Habera Robo Kazík Miro Žbirka Barbara Haščáková Marika Gombitová Marcela Laiferová Elán Senzus Noga & Skrúcaný [2]
1999 Richard Müller Robo Kazík Jana Kirschner Barbara Haščáková Marika Gombitová IMT Smile Senzus [3]
2000 Jožo Ráž Pavol Habera Richard Müller Marika Gombitová Barbara Haščáková [4]
2001 Katarína Hasprová No Name Inekafe [5]
2002 Miro Žbirka Jožo Ráž Pavol Habera Jadranka Senzus [6]
2003 Richard Müller Miro Žbirka Jožo Ráž Misha Jana Kirschner Horkýže Slíže [7]
2004 Miro Žbirka Jožo Ráž Richard Müller Desmod [8]
2005 Richard Müller Pavol Habera Zuzana Smatanová Marika Gombitová Jana Kirschner [9]
2006 Peter Cmorik Miro Žbirka Katarína Knechtová Marika Gombitová Desmod Peha Elán [10]
2007 Mário "Kully" Kollár Zdenka Predná Elán Peha [11]
2008 Mário "Kully" Kollár Miro Žbirka No Name [12]
2009 Miro Žbirka Richard Müller Jana Kirschner Katarína Knechtová Gladiator [13]
2010 Richard Müller Peter Cmorik Miro Žbirka Tina Jana Kirschner IMT Smile [14]
2011 Tina Zuzana Smatanová Katarína Knechtová IMT Smile Elán [15]
2012 Peter Cmorik Miro Žbirka Richard Müller Celeste Buckingham Zuzana Smatanová [16]

Leaders[edit]

With eight awards having received within the major categories, Elán[17] is the most successful band in the so far history of the poll, followed by the Desmod group[18] and Zuzana Smatanová[19] who have accumulated a total of seven and six gold trophies, respectively.

Rank 1st 2nd 3rd
Artist/Band Elán Desmod Zuzana Smatanová
Total awards 8 7 6

Other categories[edit]

Year New Artist Top Skipper Radio Artist Song Video Website Top Artist Year
1998 Not awarded [2]
1999 Inekafe Polemic Elán [3]
2000 Robo Papp Inekafe [4]
2001 Jadranka Nocadeň Gladiator [5]
2002 Misha Cinno Miro Žbirka [6]
2003 Desmod Andy Ďurica IMT Smile [7]
2004 Emily Robo Grigorov G8 "Láska moja" (by Elán)
[not in citation given]
[8]
2005 Katka Koščová Taktici Desmod,
Zuzana Smatanová
"Nech sa deje, čo sa má" (by Zuzana Smatanová)
[not in citation given]
[9]
2006 Peter Cmorik AYA Desmod "Dážď" (by Peter Cmorik)
[not in citation given]
[10]
2007 Komajota Marcel Palonder "Nemusíš sa báť" (by Peter Cmorik)
[not in citation given]
[11]
2008 Adam Ďurica Metropolis IMT Smile "Lavíny" (by Desmod)
[not in citation given]
[12]
2009 Horská chata Mária Čírová Jana Kirschner "Pokoj v duši" (by Jana Kirschner)
[not in citation given]
[13]
2010 Ján Mitaľ Good Fancy Kristína "Horehronie" (by Kristína)
[not in citation given]
Zuzana Smatanová [14]
2011 Majk Spirit Lukáš Adamec IMT Smile "Nebo, peklo, raj" (by Dara Rolins ft. Tomi Popovič)
[not in citation given]
Desmod [15]
2012 Celeste Buckingham Peter Bič Projekt EGO ft. Robert Burian "Žijeme len raz" (by EGO ft. Robert Burian) Zuzana Smatanová [16]

Successors[edit]

Preceded by
Zlatý slavík, Czechoslovakia (1962-1991)
Slovenský slávik, Slovakia (1997-1998)
Slávik, Slovakia
(1998-present)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FORZA - Slávik". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2011-04-10. 
  2. ^ a b "Slávik 1998 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  3. ^ a b "Slávik 1999 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  4. ^ a b "Slávik 2000 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  5. ^ a b "Slávik 2001 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  6. ^ a b "Slávik 2002 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  7. ^ a b "Slávik 2003 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  8. ^ a b "Slávik 2004 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  9. ^ a b "Slávik 2005 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  10. ^ a b "Slávik 2006 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  11. ^ a b "Slávik 2007 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  12. ^ a b "Slávik 2008 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  13. ^ a b "Slávik 2009 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  14. ^ a b "Slávik 2010 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  15. ^ a b "Slávik 2011 → Results". Produkčný dom FORZA (in Slovak). FORZA. forza.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  16. ^ a b "Slávik 2012 → Results". Slávik (in Slovak). Nový čas. 2013-02-03. cas.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  17. ^ "Elán → Results". Slávik Awards (in Slovak). Produkčný dom FORZA. 2013-02-03. cas.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  18. ^ "Desmod → Results". Slávik Awards (in Slovak). Produkčný dom FORZA. 2013-02-03. cas.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  19. ^ "Zuzana Smatanová → Results". Slávik Awards (in Slovak). Produkčný dom FORZA. 2013-02-03. cas.sk. Retrieved 2013-02-03.