1991-1992Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, The Sky Is Crying

Jimmie Dale Gilmore, After Awhile
Reivers, Pop Beloved
Texas Tornados, Zone of Our Own
Chris Wall, No Sweat
Dangerous Toys, Hellacious Acres
Two Hoots & a Holler, No Man's Land
Kelly Willis, Bang Bang
Paul Glasse
Timbuk 3, Big Shot in the Dark

Best 45
Bad Livers, "Lust For Life"

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, "Life By the Drop"
Dangerous Toys, "Gimme No Lip"
Texas Tornados, "Is Anybody Going to San Antone?"
Poi Dog Pondering, "Jackass Ginger"
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, "The Sky Is Crying"
Jimmie Dale Gilmore, "My Mind's Got a Mind Of Its Own"
Kelly Willis, "Baby Take a Piece of My Heart"
Chris Wall, "Hangin' Out"
Jimmie Dale Gilmore, "Midnight Train"

Best EP
High Noon

Bad Mutha Goose, Be Somebody

Best Tape
Soul Hat, Live at the Black Cat

Retarded Elf, Money
Bad Livers, Dust on the Bible
Butch Hancock, No 2 Alike
Duckhills, Kayak
Hey Zeus, Swimming Lessons
Wallflowers, A Koo Stik
Drop the Gun
Coffee Sergeants, Minaret
Threadgill's Supper Sessions

Song of the Year
Doyle Bramhall, Sr., "Life By the Drop"

Dave Kirby, "Is Anybody Going to San Antone?"
J. McMaster, M. Watson, "Gimme No Lip"
Butch Hancock, "My Mind's Got a Mind"
Emily Kaitz, "Middle Aged Rock & Rollers"
Jennifer Cook, "Just So Story"
Poi Dog Pondering, "Jackass Ginger"
Don Peters, "Jesus Loves Me"
Butch Hancock, "Midnight Train"

Best of the Year
Best Austin Musicians
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