Echo Awards end after 25 years

Echo No More! German Music Award Ends After Anti-Semitism Controversy

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

For 25 years, the Echo Music Prize has acted as the highest accolade of the German music scene — Germany’s equivalent of the Grammy Award — but after facing heavy criticism for allowing an album featuring anti-Semitic lyrics took a top prize at this year’s ceremony, it was announced on …

Sources: ECHO

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