1999-2000Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Kelly Willis, What I Deserve

2. Trish Murphy, Rubies on the Lawn
3. The Barkers, Burn Your Piano
4. Monte Montgomery, Mirror
5. KVRX, Local Live IV: Refurbished Robots
6. Ray Wylie Hubbard, Crusades of the Restless Knights
7. Bob Schneider, Lonelyland
8. Asleep at the Wheel, Ride with Bob
9. Toni Price, Lowdown and Up
10. Jon Dee Graham, Summerland
11. Sara Hickman, Newborn
12. The Damnations TX, Half Mad Moon
13. KGSR Broadcasts, Vol. 7
14. Lyle Lovett, Live in Texas
15. Asylum Street Spankers, Hot Lunch
16. Texas Tornados, Live From the Limo

Best Single
Trish Murphy, "Outsider"

2. Ray Wylie Hubbard, "Conversation with the Devil"
3. Kelly Willis, "Heavenbound"
4. Dynamite Hack, "Boyz-N-the-Hood"
5. Toni Price, "Comes Love"
6. Sinis, "Rock Hard"
7. Natalie Zoe, "Never Too Old to Swing"
8. Kissinger, "Prettier Than You"
9. Radney Foster & Abra Moore, "I'm In"
10. Charlie Robison, "My Hometown"
11. Monte Montgomery, " When Will I"
12. Ginger Mackenzie, " The Garden of You and I"
13. Velvet Hammer, " Come Down"

Song of the Year
Trish Murphy, "Outsider"

2. Damon Bramblett, "Heavenbound", Kelly Willis
3. Monte Montgomery & Scott Byers Coolhot, "When Will I"
4. Ray Wylie Hubbard, "Conversations with the Devil"
5. Amy Boone & Debra Kelly, " Unholy Train", The Damnations TX
6. Bruce Robison, "Not Forgotten You", Kelly Willis
7. Rob Kyle, Scott Ronig & Chris Lowe, " Leaving Town", Dexter Freebish
8. Len Brown, Sam H. Stept & Charles Tobias, " Comes Love", Toni Price
9. Doug Sahmm, "Get A Life"
10. Jon Dee Graham, "Big Sweet Life"
11. Radney Foster & Georgia Middleman, "I'm In", Radney Foster & Abra Moore
12. Ginger Mackenzie, "The Garden of You and I"
13. Ginger Doss, "Come Down", Velvet Hammer

Best of the Year
Best Performing Bands
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