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Bundesvision Song Contest



Bundesvision Song Contest

An absolutely first-class music event – the Bundesvision Song Contest. Germany 12 points – so much is clear for the initiator and presenter Stefan Raab from the very outset. For this reason, only German music acts take part in this competition – one from each state! In the Bundesvision Song Contest, well-established bands and newcomers from throughout the country have the opportunity to present themselves to a broader audience with the potential for chart success. Taking advantage of this break have been Seeed, Subway to Sally, Fettes Brot, Fräulein Wunder, Revolverheld, Polarkreis 18, Clueso, Sido, Mia, Jan Delay, Peter Fox, UNHEILIG, Juli and Tim Bendzko among many others.

And the winner is decided by the viewers at home, voting by phone to ensure that their favorites win the competition. Local patriotism is not banned – giving your vote to the act from your own state can often decide who wins!

While the group "Juli" won the event in 2005, "Seeed" was the clear audience favorite in 2006, "Oomph! feat. Marta Jandová" in 2007, "Subway to Sally" in 2008, "Peter Fox" in 2009, "UNHEILIG" in 2010 and newcomer "Tim Bendzko" in 2011. In 2012 the band Xavas, consisting of soulsinger Xavier Naidoo and rapper Kool Savas, was able to win the contest. In 2013 Bosse was the winner with his song "So oder so" and in 2014 Revolverheld were on pole position with their song "Lass uns gehen".

But you don’t always have to win to be a winner! In the first year the Bundesvision Song Contest was held, chart leaps of up to 30 places were possible, the singles of various artists even jumped up to 86 places up the charts!


Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on August 29, 2015 in Bremen:
1. Mark Forster (Rheinland-Pfalz) with "Bauch und Kopf": 170 points
2. Donots (Nordrhein-Westfalen) with "Dann ohne mich": 117 points
3. Yvonne Catterfeld (Thüringen) with "Lieber so": 114 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on September 20, 2014 in Göttingen:
1. Revolverheld (Bremen) with "Lass uns gehen": 180 points
2. Jupiter Jones (Rheinland-Pfalz) with "Plötzlich hält die Welt an": 124 points
3. Teesy (Sachsen-Anhalt) with "Keine Rosen": 102 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on September 26, 2013 in Mannheim:
1. Bosse (Baden-Württemberg) with "So oder so": 153 points
2. Johannes Oerding (Hamburg) with "Nichts geht mehr": 145 points
3. MC Fitti (Berlin) with "MC Fitti mit'm Bart": 105 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on September 28, 2012 in Berlin:
1. Xavas (Baden-Württemberg) with "Ich schau nicht mehr zurück": 172 points
2. LAING (Sachsen) with "Morgens immer müde": 142 points
3. Ich Kann Fliegen (Niedersachsen) with "Mich kann nur Liebe retten": 109 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on October 29, 2011 in Cologne:
1. Tim Bendzko (Berlin) with "Wenn Worte meine Sprache wären": 141 points
2. Flo Mega (Bremen) with "Zurück": 111 points
3. Bosse feat. Anna Loos (Niedersachsen) with "Frankfurt/Oder": 102 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on October 1, 2010 in Berlin:
1. UNHEILIG (Nordrhein-Westfalen) with "Unter Deiner Flagge": 164 points
2. SILLY (Sachsen-Anhalt) with "Alles Rot": 152 points
3. Ich+Ich (Berlin) with "Yasmine": 100 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on February 13, 2009 in Potsdam:
1. Peter Fox (Berlin) with "Schwarz zu Blau": 174 points
2. Polarkreis 18 (Sachsen) with "The Colour of Snow": 131 points
3. Rage (Nordrhein-Westfalen) with "Gib Dich nie auf": 112 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on February 14, 2008 in Hannover:
1. Subway to Sally (Brandenburg) with "Auf Kiel": 147 points
2. Clueso (Thuringia) with "Keinen Zentimeter": 146 points
3. Down Below (Saxony-Anhalt) with "Sand in meiner Hand": 96 Punkte

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on February 9, 2007 in Berlin:
1. Oomph! feat. Marta Jandová (Lower Saxony) with "Träumst Du": 147 points
2. Jan Delay (Hamburg) with "Feuer": 138 points
3. Kim Frank (Schleswig-Holstein) with "Lara": 101 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on February 9, 2006 in Wetzlar:
1. Seeed (Berlin) with "Ding": 151 points
2. Revolverheld (Bremen) with "Freunde bleiben": 136 points
3. In Extremo (Hesse) with "Liam": 104 points

Ranking "Bundesvision Song Contest" on March 12, 2005 in Oberhausen:
1. Juli (Hesse) with "Geile Zeit": 159 points
2. Fettes Brot (Schleswig-Holstein) with "Emanuela": 130 points
3. Sido (Berlin) with "Mama ist stolz": 113 points

Nominations and Awards

Nominated for Grimme-Award in the category Entertainment/Special


Executive Producer: Jörg Grabosch
Host: Stefan Raab
First Broadcast: 12.03.2005
Shows: 10