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Thank you, your message was sent. If you use any of the content on this page in your own work, please use the code below to cite this page as the source of the content. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Android, Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google Inc. The 1989 Danish IFPI Awards were held on 25 February 1989 in K. The 1990 Danish IFPI Awards were held on 25 February 1990 in K.

Hallen, Frederiksberg to be replaced the following year by the Danish Grammy Awards that continued from 1991 until 2000. You can help by adding to it. This section needs expansion with: results for Danish Grammies 1992 to 2000. 2000 was the last year the awards were held under the title Danish Grammy Awards. After the American Grammy organization objecting, the show would be renamed Danish Music Awards starting 2001. The last Danish “Grammies” were held on 5 February 2000 in the Forum, Frederiksberg. The show was broadcast live on TV 2, and was hosted by Casper Christensen and Krede. Starting 2001, the awards were held under the name Danish Music Awards after ten years as Danish Grammy Awards. The American Grammies management had protested the use of the name “Grammies” by the Danes and the Danish management was forced to bow to pressure and change the name from Danish Grammy Awards to Danish Music Awards. The first ever Danish Music Awards under the new name was held on 3 March 2001 in the Forum, Frederiksberg.

The inaugural “Danish Music Awards” show was broadcast live on TV 2, and was hosted by Casper Christensen and Lasse Rimmer. The 2002 Danish Music Awards were held on 2 March 2002 in the Forum, Frederiksberg. The show was broadcast live on TV 2, and was hosted by Lars Hjortshøj. The 2003 Danish Music Awards were held on 1 March 2003 in the Forum, Frederiksberg. The show was broadcast live on TV 2, and hosted by Timm Vladimir. Performances Live performances included Blue, Tim Christensen, Filur feat. 2004 Danish Music Awards was held on 28 February 2004 i the Forum, Frederiksberg.

The show was broadcast live on TV 2, hosted by Timm Vladimir. Performances The performances during the show included L. 2005 Danish Music Awards were held on 5 March 2005 in K. The 2006 Danish Music Awards were held on 11 March 2006 in KB-Hallen, Frederiksberg. Show was broadcast live on DR1, and hosted by Jakob Riising. The 2007 Danish Music Awards were held on 3 March 2007 in KB-Hallen, Frederiksberg. Show was broadcast live on DR1, and was hosted by Jakob Riising. The 2008 Danish Music Awards were held on 23 February 2008 in Glassalen, Tivoli, Copenhagen and was hosted by Jan Gintberg. Prizes were given in 22 categories of these are eight different musical genre from children’s albums to electronica. 52 different artists or bands had 89 nominations at the Danish Music Awards 2009.

One fourth of the nominees were newcomers. Danish Music Awards 2010 was held at the Bremen Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark on Sunday 14 November 2010. The host was songwriter and producer Søren Rasted. The show was not shown live on Danish TV. The awards were given to 20 different music categories. Danish Band of the Year: Lukas Graham, Malk De Koijn, When Saints Go Machine. Danish Male Artist of the Year: L. Danish Newcomer of the Year: Eaggerstunn, Lukas Graham, Ulige Numre. Shaka Loveless for Shaka Loveless’ Tomgang, Eaggerstunn for Armagedion, When Saints Go Machine for Konkylie. Danish Club-album of the Year: Kasper Bjørke feat.

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