AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS
Austin Music Awards More 1986-1987 Related Categories Best Record Producer: Spot Best Music Writer: John T. Davis Best Video: Timbuk3, "The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades" Best Music Store: Strait Music Co. Best Thing to Happen: National recognition Worst Thing to Happen: Drinking age raised to 21 What Would You Most Like to See Happen to Austin Music in 1987?: More new clubs Best Concert By a Touring Artist: Neville Brothers (Liberty Lunch, 2/28) Best Live Music Venue: Liberty Lunch (405 W. 2nd) Best Concert Poster: Nels Jacobson/Jagmo (Fela) Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Local Music TV Show: Austin City Limits

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Best Radio Station: KUT-FM

2. Z-102
3. KLBJ
4. K-98
5. Key-103
6. KAZI
7. KBTS
8. KVET
9. KASE

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

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