AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS
Austin Music Awards More 1995-1996 Related Categories Best Live Music Venue: Continental Club Best Dance Club: Ohms Best New Club: Hang 'em High Saloon Best Music Writer: Andy Langer Best Radio DJ: Johnny Walker, KLBJ Best Instrument / Equipment Store: Strait Music Co. Best Radio Station: KGSR 107.1 FM Best Radio Program: Dudley & Bob with Debra, KLBJ Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Local Music TV Show: Austin City Limits, PBS Best Video: Tie: Barline 99, Ian Moore, Dir: Tara Veneruso/Junior Brown, Dir: Roger Best Concert By a Touring Artist: Bob Dylan/ Ian Moore, Austin Music Hall Best Concert Poster: Ian Moore, New Year's Eve Best Record Producer: John Croslin, Popsucker, Wannabes Best Cover Art: Dudley & Bob, Public Enema #1 Worst Thing to Happen: Clubs closing: Chicago House, Outhouse Best Thing to Happen: More non-smoking/earlier shows

Austin Music Awards › 1995-1996 › Related Categories ›

Best Thing to Happen: 101X

2. Better music, bands, roadshows
3. KOOP/KVRX
4. National recognition like Flaco's Grammy
5. Austin Music Network
6. South by Southwest
7. Earlier and non-smoking shows
8. New venues like La Zona Rosa and Austin Music Hall
9. Corky lives in Dallas/Don McLeese retired [Ed. Note: We know this isn't true, but that's what they said]
10. New country bands like Dale, Derailers, Wayne
11. City getting better about restrictions

More awards for 101X

  2007-2008 › Related Categories ›

  2008-2009 › Related Categories ›

  2009-2010 › Related Categories ›

  2009-2010 › Related Categories ›

  2014-2015 › Industry Awards ›

  2016-2017 › Industry Awards ›

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