1983-1984Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Texas Flood

2. Big Boys, Lullabies Help the Brain Grow
3. LeRoi Brothers, Check This Action
4. Jazzmanian Devil, Thanks for the Goodbyes
5. ZZ Top, Eliminator
6. An Austin Rhythm & Blues Christmas
7. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns, Party Weekend
8. Grimalkin
9. The Austin Christmas Album, 2nd Edition
10. Gary P. Nunn, Goodbye to the Armadillo
11. Dicks, Kill From the Heart
12. Offenders, We Must Rebel

Best EP

2. Butthole Surfers
3. Maxwell, Juvenile Junk
4. Van Wilks Band, Boystown
5. Davey & Z-Vue
6. David Bean, Modomusic
7. X-Spand-X
8. Lisa Gilkyson/Mark Hallman

Best Single
Ernie Sky & the K-Tels, Black-Eyed Susan/Two of a Kind

2. Stackabones, Burned on Love/Texas Town
3. Mike Runnels, Who's Your Latest/Happy Ending
4. The Urge, Grown Up/Crack in My Heart
5. High Exposure, Rock and Roll
6. The Pool, Dance it Down/Jamaica Running
7. Stevie Ray Vaughan, Love Struck Baby
8. Stevie Ray Vaughan, Pride and Joy

Song of the Year
"Pancho and Lefty"

2. "Love Struck Baby," by Stevie Ray Vaughan
3. "Radio Theme," by Dan Del Santo
4. "Texas Flood," by Stevie Ray Vaughan
5. "Pride and Joy," by Stevie Ray Vaughan
6. "Dance It Down," by Pool
7. "Check This Action," by LeRoi Brothers

Best of the Year
Best Performing Bands
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