AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS
Austin Music Awards More 1982-1983 Best of the Year Best New Band: Chinanine Band of the Year: The Fabulous Thunderbirds

Austin Music Awards › 1982-1983 › Best of the Year ›

Musician of the Year: Joe Ely

2. Stevie Ray Vaughan
3. Randy Turner (Big Boys)
4. Joe "King" Carrasco
5. O.T. Loflin (Dark Motive)
6. Mike Shea (the Devils)
7. Eric Johnson
8. Patrick Keel (the Pool)
9. Byron Scott (Twistyze, Trouble Boys)
10. Willie Nelson
11. Charlie Sexton
12. Kim Wilson (the Fabulous Thunderbirds)
13. Jimmie Vaughan (the Fabulous Thunderbirds)
14. Billy Prahblem (the Jitters)
15. Kathy Valentine (Go-Gos)
16. Van Wilks
17. Chip Kinman (Rank & File)

More awards for Joe Ely

  1995-1996 › Best Texas Recordings ›

  1995-1996 › Best Austin Musicians ›

  1990-1991 › Best of the Year ›

  1990-1991 › Best Performing Bands ›

  1990-1991 › Best Austin Musicians ›

  1989-1990 › Best Performing Bands ›

  1989-1990 › Best Austin Musicians ›

  1988-1989 › Best of the Year ›

  1988-1989 › Best of the Year ›

  1988-1989 › Best Texas Recordings ›

  1988-1989 › Best Performing Bands ›

  1988-1989 › Best Austin Musicians ›

  1988-1989 › Related Categories ›

  1988-1989 › Related Categories ›

  1987-1988 › Best of the Year ›

  1987-1988 › Best Texas Recordings ›

  1987-1988 › Best Performing Bands ›

  1987-1988 › Best Austin Musicians ›

  1987-1988 › Related Categories ›

  1983-1984 › Related Categories ›

  1982-1983 › Related Categories ›

  1982-1983 › Hall of Fame ›

  1981-1982 › Best Texas Recordings ›

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