Baden-Württemberg's Glasperlenspiel came fourth in the 2011 contest. Also Lower Saxony's Madsen also came fourth in the 2008 contest.
Various – Bundesvision Songcontest 2012. Label: Polystar (3) – 060075340086 (9). Series: Bundesvision Songcontest – 2012. Format: CD, Compilation. Track 17 is a bonus track and the winner song of the Bundesvision Song Contest 2011 for Berlin. It's listed as "Wenn Worte Meine Sprache Wären" on the back cover, omitting the "(T+3 Akustik Version)" listed inside the booklet. Track 6 is a cover of "Morgens Bin Ich Immer Müde" by Trude Herr. The artists participated for the following federal states: Xavas → Baden-Württemberg Die Orsons feat
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The contest was held on 14 February 2008 at the TUI Arena in Hanover, Lower Saxony, following Oomph! feat. Marta Jandová's win in the 2007 contest in Berlin with the song "Träumst Du?". The show was hosted by Stefan Raab, Johanna Klum, and Elton in the green room . Returning artists include: Clueso who participated for Thuringia for a second time after the 2005 contest. Peter Brugger returns as a member of Sportfreunde Stiller, having previously appeared in the band TipTop in 2006, both for Bavaria.
Bundesvision Song Contest 2007. The contest was held on 9 February 2007 at the Tempodrom in Berlin, following Seeed's win in the 2006 contest in Hesse with the song "Ding". The contest was hosted by Stefan Raab, Johanna Klum, and Elton in the green room.
The contest was held on 26 September 2013 at the SAP Arena in Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, following Xavas's win in the 2012 contest in Berlin with the song "Schau nicht mehr zurück". The contest was hosted by Stefan Raab, Sandra Rieß, and Elton in the green room. The contest was produced by Brainpool TV. The winner of the Bundesvision Song Contest 2013 was Bosse with the song "So oder so ", representing Lower Saxony. Returning artists include Bosse who represented Lower Saxony with Anna Loos in 2011, and Pohlmann who represented North Rhine-Westphalia in 2007. 14 of the 16 states awarded themselves the maximum of 12 points, with rn, and North Rhine-Westphalia awarding themselves 8 points each.