Austin Music Awards More 1985-1986 Best Texas Recordings Album of the Year: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Soul To Soul Best EP: Windows, Now Under New Ownership Song of the Year: Omar & the Howlers, "Border Girl"

Austin Music Awards › 1985-1986 › Best Texas Recordings ›

Best Single: Sarah Brown, "Four Hours Sleep"/"Bad Boy's Pride"

2. Mike Alvarez, "The Night I Watched You Sleep"
3. Ponty Bone, "Texas Jumbo Shrimp"/Frio City Road Polka"
4. Omar & the Howlers, "Border Girl"
5. Stevie Ray Vaughan, "Change It"/"Little Sister"
6. Junior Brown, "Gotta Get Up Every Morning"/"Too Many Nights in a Roadhouse"
7. Elouise Burrell, "Cream Always Rises"/"Singer in a R&B Band"
8. Charlie Sexton, "Beat's So Lonely"
9. Appels, "Tricia"/"I'll Be There Tonight"
10. 51/50, "A Matter of Time"/"New Beginnings"
11. Richard Patureau & the Bayou Bandits, "Never Liked to Waltz Anyway"/"Boudreaux's Daughter"
12. Commandos, "Psycho"/"May Baby Loves Monster Movies"
13. Jimmie Gilmore Band, "She's All Grown Up"/"Honky Tonk Masquerade"

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