2000-2001Best Texas Recordings

Album of the Year
Lonelyland, Bob Schneider (Shockorama)

2. Into the New, Vallejo (Crescent Moon/Sony 550)
3. Broke Down, Slaid Cleaves (Philo)
4. Wrestling Over Tiny Matters, Sister Seven (Arista)
5. Live and Beyond, Alien Love Child (Favored Nations)
6. Milk Cow Blues, Willie Nelson (Island)
7. Bolsa de Agua, the Gourds (Sugarhill)
8. Wonderland, George DeVore (Hypertension)
9. Paradise, Lisa Tingle (Tingle Entertainment)
10. Charm, Kissinger (WCI)
11. Spiritual Appliances, Sara Hickman (Shanachie)
12. Places in Between, Terri Hendrix (Wilory Records)
13. All Too Human, Ginger Mackenzie (Earthnoise)
14. Vera Takes the Cake, Ginger & Sarah (Whistle Foot)
15. KVRX Local Live Vol. 5: Aural Fixation (KVRX)
16. Jamie Was a Boozer, Joe West & the Sinners (Rehab Records)
17. Peep Show, Goudie (The Music Co./Elektra)
18. The Day, Reckless Kelly (Reckless Records)
19. Live @ Antone's, Joe Ely (Rounder)
20. The Return of Wayne Douglas, Doug Sahm (Texas Tornado)

Best Single
Broke Down, Slaid Cleaves

2. Into the New, Vallejo
3. Wonderland, George DeVore
4. Blind, Riddlin' Kids
5. High, Ginger Mackenzie
6. Don't Edit, Lisa Tingle
7. Consider Bridgette, Kissinger
8. Only Thing That's Real, Sister Seven
9. Love Ways, Spoon
10. El Paso, the Gourds

Song of the Year
Broke Down, Slaid Cleaves (Cleaves/Picott)

2. Into the New, Vallejo (Castleberry/Vallejo/Vallejo/Vallejo)
3. Consider Bridgette, Kissinger (Chopper)
4. Wonderland, George DeVore (DeVore)
5. Metal and Steel, Bob Schneider (Schneider)
6. Only Thing That's Real, Sister Seven (Sutton)
7. High, Ginger Mackenzie (Mackenzie/McGregor/Orell/Sanchez)
8. Don't Edit, Lisa Tingle (Tingle)
9. Big Blue, Bob Schneider (Schneider)
10. El Paso, the Gourds (Russell)

Best of the Year
Best Performing Bands
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