AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS
Austin Music Awards More 1983-1984 Related Categories Best Thing to Happen: National Record Companies Discovered Austin Worst Thing to Happen: Nightlife closed Best Record Producer: Patrick Keel (Pool, Pressure, Mike Runnels, Standing Waves, Optimystics) Best Show by a Local Artist: Dan Del Santo opening for Sunny Ade (Coliseum, 8/31) Best Concert By a Touring Artist: David Bowie (Erwin Center, 8/20) Best Concert Poster: Guy Juke, ("The Day Before 1984," Joe Ely New Year's Eve) Best Radio DJ: Larry Monroe (KUT-FM) Best Video: El BJ, "Gomer Pyle Is God" Best Live Music Venue: Nightlife/Club Foot Best Music Writer: Ed Ward Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Music Store: Ray Hennig's Heart of Texas Music

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Best Radio Station: KUT-FM

2. KTXZ
3. KLBJ-FM
4. KAZI-FM
5. KHFI-FM
6. KEYI-FM
7. KNOW
8. KASE-FM

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

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