The broadcast of Spain's 10th Premios de la Música gala received an average 571,000 viewers, or a 9.3% share, despite a graveyard timeslot on public channel TVE1.

The broadcast of Spain's 10th Premios de la Música gala received an average 571,000 viewers, or a 9.3% share, despite a graveyard timeslot on public channel TVE1.

The feed went out between 00.30-3.15 am on Saturday (May 7). Last year's gala was televised at 8-10pm on minority public channel La2, and received an average 322,000 viewers, or a viewing share of just 3%.

EMI Spain-signed pop/rock duo Amaral was the big winner at the Madrid event on Friday (May 5), taking out three awards.

Amaral won for best song and best video for "Días De Verano," and best album for "Pájaros En La Cabeza."

Diana Navarro won just two of the six awards she was nominated for -- new artist and best artistic production for her debut album "No Te Olvides De Mi" (DRO/Warner Music).

Other double award winners were Pasión Vega for best Spanish song album with "Pasión En La Maestranza" (Sony BMG) and best audio-visual production; El Canto Del Loco for best pop album with "Zapatillas" (Sony BMG) and honorary award for best tour with Hombres G; and Cuban artist X Alfonso for new artist for his album "Civilización" (EGREM-Nuevos Medios) and best soundtrack for the Spanish-Cuban film “Habana Blues” (DRO/Warner Music).

The Premios de la Música is organized by authors and publishers' society SGAE and artists association AIE through their joint Academy of Music Arts and Sciences. Some 5,000 academy members voted on the 28 Spanish-music awards, and an academy committee decided five honorary awards.