AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS
Austin Music Awards More 1987-1988 Related Categories Best Video: Omar & the Howlers, "Hard Times in the Land of Plenty" Best Record Producer: Joe Ely Best Concert Poster: Guy Juke: Austin Music Awards, 1986-87 Best Thing to Happen: South By Southwest Worst Thing to Happen: Continental Club closed What Would You Most Like to See Happen to Austin Music in 1988?: More new clubs Best Local Music TV Show: Austin City Limits Best Club DJ / Dance Club: Cave Club Best Concert By a Touring Artist: Pink Floyd Best Radio DJ: Jody Denberg Best Music Writer: Michael Corcoran Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Live Music Venue: Liberty Lunch Best Music Store:

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Best Radio Station: 90.5 KUT FM

2. 102.3 KPEZ
3. 91.7 KLBJ FM
4. no such thing
5. 88.7 KAZI FM
6. 98.5 The Fox FM
7. 93.3 B-93 FM
8. 1300 KVET FM
9. 98.3 KHFI FM

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

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