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 Concert By a Touring Artist: Tina Turner (Erwin Center, 11/2) Best Video: Charlie Sexton, "Beat's So Lonely" Best Concert Poster: Guy Juke: Jay Aaron at Steamboat Best Music Writer: John T. Davis

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What Would You Most Like to See Happen to Austin Music in 1986?: More clubs featuring original music

2. More support
3. A medium-sized central venue
4. More money
5. More radio airplay of Austin bands
6. More national exposure
7. More diversity
8. More reggae and Third World music
9. More touring acts
10. More and better local press
11. Earlier show times
12. Less New Sincerity
13. Auditorium Shores concerts continue
14. City support for live music
15. Major local record company
16. Local bands on Austin City Limits
17. More promotion
18. More professionalism
19. More mastodons
20. No poll

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