Italy's Eros Ramazzoti and global Spanish singing stars Alejandro Sanz and David Bisbal have been named as among the winners at this year's Premios Cadena Dial awards – acknowledged as Europe's biggest Spanish-language-only award ceremony.

The Premios Cadena Dial gala, now in its 15th year, is organised by Spain's national Latin music radio network, Cadena Dial. That network is owned by Union Radio, the global radio division of Spanish media holding, Grupo Prisa. Dial has more than 1.9 million daily listeners, according to media survey group EGM.

The winners of the awards are chosen by a Cadena Dial-appointed jury, which makes its decisions based on an act's career record - including its live performances and sales of its music during in the previous year. The awards are not category or genre-specific.

This year's gala will take place Feb. 11 in Santa Cruz on Tenerife in the Canary Islands, where the event moved in 2006, after having been held in Madrid since its launch. The list of winners includes Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona, American-Mexican duo Ha*Ash and Spanish artists Antonio Orozco, Chenoa, David deMaria, Efecto Mariposa, Malu, Manuel Carrasco, Rosana, Tamara, and Vanesa Martin and Italian singer Tizziano Ferro. Many of the acts are expected to perform live at the gala.

Commenting on the awards, Cadena Dial director Juan Carlos Chaves said in a statement that, "Since the gala moved to its permanent site in Tenerife four years ago, the island's capital Santa Cruz has become the headquarters of the only award ceremony for music in Spanish only, and has become the musical link between Europe and the Americas."

Live coverage or delayed highlights of the gala will be broadcast in Latin America, Spain and the United States through Union Radio. Live coverage will also appear on the Web site