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1991-1992Related Categories

Best Club DJ/Dance Club
Club Chiwawa

2. Broken Spoke
3. Dance Across Texas
4. Basics
5. Wammo
6. Club XS
7. Sanitarium
8. Tangerine's
9. Toulouse
10. DJ Looney
11. Numbers

Best Concert By a Touring Artist
Red Hot Chili Peppers

2. Paul Simon
3. Don Henley
4. AC/DC
5. Queensryche
6. Bela Fleck & the Flecktones
7. Eric Johnson
8. Nirvana
9. Neville Brothers
10. Clint Black

Best Concert Poster
Pixies/Pere Ubu, Jagmo

2. Chiwawa Winterfest
3. Save Barton Creek
4. Soul Hat Halloween
5. Dangerous Toys
6. Body of Work, Frank Kozik
7. Boogieman's Ball, Kozik
8. Eric Johnson, Jagmo

Best Cover Art
Dangerous Toys, Hellacious Acres, Tommy Pons

2. Two Hoots & a Holler, No Man's Land, Roberta St. Paul
3. Blue Devils, Blue Devil Blues, Hungry Dog Studios
4. Joe Rockhead, Party 'Til You're Dead
5. Bad Livers, Lust For Life

Best Live Music Venue
Liberty Lunch

2. Antone's
3. Steamboat
4. Back Room
5. Cactus Cafe
6. Hole in the Wall
7. Black Cat
8. Continental Club
9. La Zona Rosa
10. 311 Club

Best Local Music TV Show
Austin City Limits

2. CapZeyeZ
3. Texas Connection
4. VidEot's Choice
5. Raw Time

Best Music Writer
Don McLeese

2. John T. Davis
3. Margaret Moser
4. John Conquest
5. Jason Cohen
6. Michael Point
7. Ken Lieck
8. Rob Patterson
9. Jay Trachtenberg
10. Michael Corcoran

Best Radio DJ
Jody Denberg (KGSR)

2. Paul Ray (KUT)
3. Larry Monroe (KUT)
4. John Aielli (KUT)
5. Mike Driver (Z102)
6. Bo & Bama (Z102)
7. Kevin Connor (KGSR)
8. Sky (KGSR)
9. Dale Dudley (KLBJ)
10. Jay Trachtenberg (KUT)

Best Radio Station
KGSR 107.1FM

2. KUT
3. KLBJ
4. KASE
5. KTSB
6. KAZI
7. KHFI
8. Z102
9. K98
10. B93

Best Record Producer
Mark Hallman

2. John Croslin
3. Jimmie Vaughan, The Sky Is Crying
4. Stephen Bruton, After Awhile
5. Spot
6. Richard Mullen
7. Antone's
8. Eric Johnson
9. Jim Wilson
10. Derek O'Brien

Best Record Store
Waterloo Records

2. Tower Records
3. Sound Warehouse
4. MusicMania
5. Sound Exchange
6. Antone's Record Store
7. Compact Discs of Austin
8. Hastings Records & Tapes
9. Half Price Books
10. Inner Sanctum

Best Thing to Happen
SXSW

2. KGSR
3. KNNC
4. Elephant Room
5. Texas Tornados
6. Eric Johnson's success
7. Duckhills
8. Margaret Moser's back
9. Soul Hat
10. The Sky Is Crying

Best Video
Jimmie Dale Gilmore, "My Mind's Got a Mind Of Its Own"

2. Chris Wall, "Hangin' Out"
3. Dangerous Toys, "Line 'Em Up"
4. Texas Tornados, "Is Anybody Going to San Antone?"
5. Eric Johnson, "Trademark"
6. Agony Column, "Ultra Violent Rays"
7. Hal Ketchum, "Small Town Saturday Night"
8. Eric Blakely, "Uncle John's Farm"
9. Texas Tornados, "Adios, Mexico"
10. Stevie Ray Vaughan, various

What Should Happen to Austin Music in 1992?
Earlier shows

2. Better attendance at shows
3. More free shows

Worst Thing to Happen
Clubs closing

2. Stevie Ray Vaughan was gone
3. The economy
4. SXSW
5. Reivers split
6. Aqua Fest
7. Cole Hanson fired by Big Car
8. Sixth Street crime
9. Opera House changed to the Terrace
10. Poor attendance at clubs
11. Covers too high at clubs

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