AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS
Austin Music Awards More 1997-1998 Related Categories Best Record Producer: Dave McNair, The Other Palm Springs, Silver Scooter; Anchorless, Kacy Crowley; Crooked Mile, Trish Murphy Best New Club: La Zona Rosa CLOSED Best Dance Club / DJ: Paradox Best Live Music Venue: Liberty Lunch Best Music Writer: Andy Langer Best Radio Station: KGSR, 107.1 Best Local Music TV Show: CapZeyez Best Radio DJ: Johnnie Walker, KLBJ-FM Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Radio Program: Dudley, Bob & Debra, Morning Show, KLBJ-FM Best Cover Art: Gary Dickerson, KVRX Local Live 2: Late Last Night as I Lay Screaming Best Video: Asleep at the Wheel, Christmas in Jail Best Concert Poster: New Year's Eve, La Zona Rosa, Billy Perkins Best Concert By a Touring Artist: John Fogerty, Austin Music Hall Best Thing to Happen: Austin's female musicians finally got the recognition they deserve! Worst Thing to Happen: Townes Van Zandt and Keith Ferguson died, and Austin misses them. Best Thing to Happen: Keep the Austin Music Network alive and well!

Austin Music Awards › 1997-1998 › Related Categories ›

Best Instrument/Equipment Store: Strait Music

2. Music Makers
3. Heart of Texas
4. South Austin Music
5. Workhorse
6. Tommy's Drum Shop/Rock & Roll Rentals
7. Guitar Resurrection
8. Brook Mays Music
9. Musical Exchange/One World Music

Strait Music Co.
2428 W. Ben White, 512/476-6927, contact@straitmusic.com
www.straitmusic.com

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