1990-1991Related Categories

Best Club DJ/Dance Club

2. Club Chiwawa
3. Sanitarium
4. Club XS
5. Underground
6. Boathouse
7. Dallas
8. Sneakers
9. New West

Best Concert By a Touring Artist
Little Feat (Auditorium Shores)

2. Los Lobos (Opera House)
3. Stevie Ray Vaughan (Auditorium Shores)
4. Iggy Pop (Back Room)
5. King's X (Back Room)
6. Pantera (Back Room)
7. Eric Johnson (Steamboat)
8. Bob Dylan (Palmer)
9. Aerosmith (Erwin Center)
10. Basia (Paramount)
11. David Bowie (Erwin Center)
12. Ziggy Marley (Opera House)

Best Concert Poster
Club Chiwawa Series by Micael Priest

2. Ziggy Marley by Jagmo
3. Carnaval by Guy Juke
4. Frank Zozik
5. Jay Austin

Best Cover Art
Vaughan Brothers, Family Style (Tony Sellari)

2. Native Sun
3. Eric Johnson, Ah Via Musicom (Tommy Steele)
4. Joe Ely, Live at Liberty Lunch
5. Agony Column, Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles (Eric Haze)
6. Chris Thomas, Cry of the Prophets (Kim Champagne)
7. Ed Hall, Love Poke Here (Marty Harris)
8. Various (Frank Kozik)

Best Live Music Venue
Liberty Lunch

2. Back Room
3. Cactus Cafe
4. Steamboat
5. Antone's
6. Continental Club
7. Cannibal Club
8. Hole in the Wall
9. Opera House

Best Local Music TV Show
Austin City Limits

2. Texas Connection
3. CapZeyeZ
4. VidEot's Choice
5. Dull-a-vision
6. Access TV
7. Lost in Austin
8. Texas Music Show
9. Gesundheit

Best Music Store
Musicmakers Austin

2. Strait Music
3. Ray Hennig's Heart of Texas
4. Waterloo
5. South Austin Music
6. Tommy's Drum Shop
7. Sound Warehouse
8. Rock & Roll Rentals
9. Alpha Music
10. Guitar Resurrection

Best Music Writer
Peter Blackstock

2. Michael Corcoran
3. John T. Davis
4. Michael Point
5. Jay Trachtenberg
6. Jody Denberg
7. John Conquest
8. Don McLeese

Best Radio DJ
Jody Denberg (KGSR)

2. Larry Monroe (KUT)
3. John Aieli (KUT)
4. Paul Ray (KUT)
5. Dave Obermann (KUT)
6. John Logan (Z102)
7. Mike Driver (Z102)
8. Jay Trachtenberg (KUT)
9. Dale Dudley (KLBJ)

Best Radio Station
KUT 90.5FM

4. Z-102

Best Record Producer
Mark Hallman

2. Mike Stewart
3. J.D. Foster
4. Joe Ely
5. Richard Mullen
6. Spot
7. Brian Beattie
8. Bill Johnson
9. Stuart Sullivan
10. Eric Johnson

Best Record Store
Waterloo Records

2. Sound Warehouse
3. Sound Exchange
4. Tower Records
5. Antone's Records
6. Inner Sanctum
7. Compact Discs of Austin
8. Hastings
9. Musicmania
10. DeMilo's

Best Thing to Happen
Jody Denberg's move to KGSR

2. Austin Rehearsal Complex
3. Michael MacCambridge not writing about music
4. Butch Hancock's No 2 Alike concerts
5. More of everything
6. Saxon Pub opened
7. Aquafest contract
8. Cannibal Club still open
9. Twang Twang Shock-A-Boom broke up
10. La Zona Rosa opened

Best Video
Vaughan Brothers, "Tick Tock"

2. King's X, "It's Love"
3. Texas Tornados, "Who Were You Thinkin' Of"
4. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, "Pride & Joy"
5. Lyle Lovett, "Don't Mess with Texas"
6. Tish Hinojosa, "Something in the Rain"

What Should Happen to Austin Music in 1991?
Earlier shows

2. More clubs
3. Better everything
4. Aquafest play more local music
5. KGSR keeps growing
6. KTSB gets FM frequency
7. More bands signed
8. Cannibal Club stays open
9. Jimmie Vaughan stages a solo comeback
10. Another Armadillo opens

Worst Thing to Happen
Stevie Ray Vaughan died

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