1993-1994Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Toni Price, Swim Away

2. Ian Moore
3. Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Spinning Around the Sun
4. Monte Warden
5. Jimmy LaFave, Austin Skyline
6. Kelly Willis
7. Alejandro Escovedo, 13 Years
8. Butthole Surfers, Independent Worm Saloon
9. Pariah, To Mock a Killing Bird
10. Loose Diamonds, Burning Daylight
11. Don Walser's Pure Texas Band, Texas Souvenir
12. Various Artists, Explosion in Texas

Best EP

2. Meg Hentges, Tattoo Urge
3. Gomez, 3,410 Flavors
4. Dino Lee, To Serve Man
5. No Good Boyo, Anywhere the Cat Goes
6. Mr. Rocket Baby
7. Flying Saucers, Startime
8. Noodle, I Sold Out to Fat Ass
9. Platypus
10. Gretchen McMahon, Acoustic Awakening

Best Single
Shaver, "Hottest Thing in Town"

2. Stephen Bruton, "Too Many Memories"
3. Pork (No. 6), "Grand Slam Baby"
4. Toni Price, "Just To Hear Your Voice"
5. The Inhalants, "Misanthrope"
6. Sincola, "Bitch"
7. Don Walser's Pure Texas Band, "Cowpoke"
8. Cherubs, "Dreaming"
9. Gals Panic, "Space Race"
10. Retarded Elf, "What Up, G?"

Best Tape
Michele Solberg

2. Michele Solberg, Shrill
3. Gretchen Phillips, Welcome to My World
4. Retarded Elf, What Up, G?
5. Toni Price
6. Wayne Hancock, Live Set
7. FuckEmos, FuckEmos Can Kill You
8. Dad Gum Swing
9. Hominybob, Grind Grind Humans
10. Cornell Hurd Band, Honky Tonk Mayhem
11. King Friday

Song of the Year
Monte Warden, "Just To Hear Your Voice"

2. Ian Moore, "Blue Sky"
3. Sincola, "Bitch"
4. Junior Brown, "My Wife Thinks You're Dead"
5. Jimmy LaFave, "Desperate Men"
6. Monte Warden, "Give My Heart a Break"
7. Gwil Owen, "Daylight"
8. Kyle & Sims Ellison, "Powerless"
9. Jimmy LaFave & Christine Albert, "Come Away With Me"
10. Darden Smith, "Lovin' Arms"
11. Gwil Owen, "I Doubt If It Does To You"

Best of the Year
Best Performing Bands
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