AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS
Austin Music Awards More 1996-1997 Related Categories Best Video: Pepper, Butthole Surfers, D:Gavin Bowden Best Record Producer: John Croslin, Spoon, Telefono Best New Club: Stubb's Best Concert By a Touring Artist: Bob Dylan, Austin Music Hall Best Club DJ / Dance Club: Paradox Best Music Store: Strait Music Co. Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Live Music Venue: Tie: Steamboat/Liberty Lunch Best Concert Poster: Danny Garrett: Antone's Anniversary Best Radio Program: Dudley & Bob with Debra, KLBJ-FM Best Cover Art: Sun McCoglin, Sharon Dang, Brad McCormick: KRVX Various Artists, Cooking by Strobelight Best Radio Station: KLBJ-FM 93.7 Best Local Music TV Show: Austin City Limits, KLRU Channel 9 Best Radio DJ: Johnny Walker, KLBJ-FM Best Thing to Happen: Stubb's opened Worst Thing to Happen: Deaths of Townes Van Zandt, Walter Hyatt Best Thing to Happen: Cheaper cover at clubs and lower ticket prices at concerts

Austin Music Awards › 1996-1997 › Related Categories ›

Best Music Writer: Tie: Andy Langer/Michael Corcoran

2. Chris Reimenschneider
3. Don McLeese
4. Margaret Moser
5. John T. Davis
6. Raoul Hernandez
7. Tie: Ken Lieck/Christopher Gray
8. Michael Point

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Michael Corcoran

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