EBBA winners to perform next to Jools Holland in EBBA show
During the award show of the European Border Breakers Awards (EBBA) on Wednesday January 14, 2015 the 2015 EBBA winners Indila (FR), Melanie de Biasio (BE), MØ (DK) and The Common Linnets (NL) will perform. The show will be presented by BBC-legend Jools Holland and complemented by the appearance of 2015 EBBA winner Klangkarussell (AT) and a guest performance of The Ting Tings (UK), EBBA winner 2009.
During the next months the EBBA show will be broadcast by many public TV-stations in Europe. Among others by Dutch broadcaster NTR on Saturday January 17, 2015. In 2014 the EBBA show was broadcast by 16 public TV-stations in Europe.
Public voting until Friday December 19
Friday December 19, 2014 is the last day the European audience is able to vote for their favourite act among the 10 EBBA winners selected for 2015. The winner of the popular vote will be awarded the prestigious Public Choice Award on the night of the show. By voting, European music fans have the chance to win a trip with a friend to the EBBA show.
Voting can be done online: www.europeanborderbreakersawards.eu.
The European Border Breakers Awards are about breaking down borders and recognising emerging European rock, pop and dance artists who achieved success in other countries than their own. To do this, 10 European artists will receive an EBBA during a spectacular TV-show presented by BBC-legend Jools Holland. The show, recorded at Stadsschouwburg Groningen and broadcast throughout Europe, is organised in the context of Eurosonic Noorderslag, on the opening evening of Europe’s biggest live music industry gathering of the year.
Previous winners include now established artists such as Adele, Mumford and Sons, Kodaline, Woodkid, Disclosure, Nico & Vinz, Selah Sue, Damien Rice, Agnes Obel, Caro Emerald and many more.
These unique European music awards are funded under the European Union (EU) Creative Europe programme. With the EBBA, the European Union wishes to highlight the success of 10 debuting European artists in selling albums and touring outside their home territory. These music awards aim to highlight Europe’s great cultural and linguistic diversity in popular music. The EBBA provide the opportunity for the public to discover emerging European artists, and for their music to be spread and enjoyed across Europe.
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