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Best Concert By a Touring Artist
Go-Gos, Club Foot

2. Black Flag, Raul's
3. Bruce Springsten, Frank Erwin Center
4. Devo, Coliseum
5. Earth, Wind & Fire, Frank Erwin Center
6. Elvis Costello, Austin Opry House
7. King Crimson, Austin Opry House
8. Psychedelic Furs, Club Foot
9. Spyro Gyra, Paramount Theatre
10. Squeeze, Austin Opry House
11. Tom Petty, Frank Erwin Center

Best DJ
Paul Ray (KUT-FM)

2. Oz (KLBJ-FM)
3. Ted Jackson (KUT-FM)
4. Dave Jarrott (K-98)
5. Larry Monroe
6. Sky
7. Jerry Dean
8. John Aielli
9. Bob Cole
10. John Logan
11. Dusty
12. Tom Quarles
13. Jody Denberg
14. Penny Reeves
15. Jack Kanter
16. Kirby McDaniel
17. Hal Lane
18. Brad First
19. Kerry Dawson
20. John E. Dee

Paul Ray, KUT 90.5FM, 300 W. Dean Keeton, 512/471-1631, www.kut.org

Best Live Music Venue
Club Foot

2. Steamboat 1874
3. Studio 29
4. Continental Club
5. Emmajoe's
6. Paramount Theatre

Best Radio Station
KUT 90.5FM

2. KLBJ-FM
3. KHFI-FM (K-98)
4. KMFA-FM
5. KNOW
6. KELG
7. KVET
8. KMXX
9. KOKE/KOKE-FM
10. KCSW-FM

Best Show by a Local Artist
Tornado Jam: Joe Ely, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Delbert McClinton, and friends, Manor Downs, July 11

2. The Judys' Pajama Party, Raul's
3. Raul's Last Night, Raul's, April 1
4. Joe Ely opening for Chuck Berry
5. Joe Ely, Gruene Hall
6. Woodshock '81, Waterloo Park
7. Big Boys, Texas Union, Sept. 20
8. No Nukes Benefit with the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Joe "King" Carrasco, and Marcia Ball, Fiesta Gardens, Oct. 4
9. The Fabulous Thunderbirds opening forthe Rolling Stones
10. The Pool, California Hotel, Dec. 4
11. Extreme Heat, Austin Opry House, Dec. 12

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