The following year, the chart success of her single "Vorbei" and the album Soll das Wirklich Alles Sein? in Austria and Germany reflected her growing popularity, which was underscored by the Amadeus Austrian Music Awards she won that year for Best Pop/Rock Artist and Newcomer of the Year. Along with issuing the album Wirklich Alles!, she won more Amadeus Awards in 2005, repeating her Best Pop/Rock Artist win and also earning one for Vorbei, which was named Single of the Year. Stürmer continued to be remarkably popular in Austria and Germany in 2006: once again, she took Amadeus Austrian Music Awards for Best Pop/Rock Artist and Single of the Year, and also won a Goldene Stimmgabel ("Golden Tuning Fork") for Best German Rock/Pop Artist and an Echo Award for Best National Female Artist.
She released her fourth album, Lebe Lauter, that year. The singles "Nie Genug" and "Um bei Dir zu Sein/Am Sommertagen” were released from the record. In 2008, she recorded "Fieber" -- the theme for that year's UEFA European Football Championship, which was co-hosted by Austria and Switzerland. In 2009 she released the LP In Dieser Stadt and in 2010 released her ninth studio album, Nahaufnahme, which went platinum in her native country. After a three-year layoff, Stürmer returned in 2013 with the album Ich Hör auf Mein Herz; boosted by the title track, which became a solid hit single in Europe, the album became another major chart success for Stürmer. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi