Austin Music Awards More 1985-1986 Related Categories Best Live Music Venue: Liberty Lunch Best Music Store: Ray Hennig's Heart of Texas Music Best Thing to Happen: National Recognition Best Radio Station: KUT 90.5FM Worst Thing to Happen: Michael Corcoran Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Record Producer: Vince McGarry (Big Guitars, Bad Sign, LeRois, Tex Thomas, Commandos) Best DJ: Jody Denberg (KLBJ) Best Video: Charlie Sexton, "Beat's So Lonely" Best Concert Poster: Guy Juke: Jay Aaron at Steamboat Best Music Writer: John T. Davis What Would You Most Like to See Happen to Austin Music in 1986?: More clubs featuring original music

Austin Music Awards › 1985-1986 › Related Categories ›

Best Concert By a Touring Artist: Tina Turner (Erwin Center, 11/2)

2. Sting (Erwin Center, 10/29)
3. Los Lobos (Steamboat, 2/4-5)
4. James Brown (Opera House, 11/30)
5. Red Hot Chili Peppers (Liberty Lunch, 12/12)
6. Neville Brothers (Liberty Lunch, 10/18)
7. Ebeneezer Obey (Liberty Lunch, 9/27)
8. Squeeze/Hooters (Coliseum, 9/19)
9. REM (Opera House, 8/1)
10. 10,000 Maniacs (Liberty Lunch, 10/25)
11. Dire Straits (Coliseum, 8/15)
12. Jonathan Richman (Liberty Lunch, 9/1)
13. Julian Lennon (Palmer Auditorium, 3/25)
14. Burning Spear (Liberty Lunch, 4/17)
15. Tears for Fears (Coliseum, 9/11)
16. Dead Kennedys (Ritz, 12/8)
17. Beach Boys (Auditorium Shores, 9/29)
18. Prince (Erwin Center, 1/29-30)
19. Byrds (Steamboat, 4/30)

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