Austin Music Awards More 1993-1994 Related Categories Best Record Producer: Stephen Bruton, 13 Years by Alejandro Escovedo Best New Club: Electric Lounge Best Live Music Venue: Liberty Lunch Best Radio Station: KGSR Best Radio DJ: Sammy Allred and Bob Cole, KVET Best Concert by a Touring Artist: Neil Young & the MGs, Erwin Center Best Thing to Happen: Stevie Ray Vaughan statue Best Thing to Happen: More early "no smoking" shows Worst Thing to Happen: Arc Angels break up Best Music Writer: Don McLeese Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Concert Poster: Crust, FuckEmos, Noodle: New Year's Eve at the Acropolis by John Hawkins and Greg Geisler Best Cover Art: Dick Reeves, Alejandro Escovedo's 13 Years Best Video: Shaver, "Hottest Thing in Town"

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