Austin Music Awards More 2000-2001 Related Categories Best Cover Art: Lonelyland, Bob Schneider; Artist: Bob Schneider Best Video: Rock & Roll Asshole, Kissinger, directed by Chris Roldan Best Concert Poster: The Scabs, Antone's, by Bob Schneider Best Concert By a Touring Artist: Yo La Tengo, La Zona Rosa Best Record Producer: Lloyd Maines Best Music Writer: Andy Langer Best Radio Personality: Dale Dudley, KLBJ FM 93.7 Best Radio Station: 107.1 FM KGSR Best Music Store: Mars Music Best New Club: The Metro Best Live Music Venue: Antone's CLOSED Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Local Music TV Show: Austin City Limits, KLRU

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Best Radio Program: Dudley & Bob, KLBJ FM 93.7

2. Eklektikos, John Aielli, KUT Radio FM 90.5
3. Kevin & Kevin, 107.1 FM KGSR
4. JB & Sandy, Mix 94.7 FM
5. Next Big Thing, Andy Langer, KROX-FM 101X
6. Folkways, Ed Miller, Dan Foster, Dave Obermann, KUT Radio FM 90.5
7. Hicksville 4, John Barker, KVRX 91.7 FM
8. Twine Time, Paul Ray, KUT 90.5 FM
9. Local Licks, Loris Lowe, KLBJ FM 93.7
10. Graveside Service, DJ Harris and David Spradling, KOOP Radio 91.7
11. Sammy & Bob, KVET 98.1 FM
12. Femme FM, Teresa Ferguson, KUT Radio FM 90.5
13. The Lounge Show, Jay Robillard, KOOP Radio 91.7
14. Stronger Than Dirt, Scott Gardner, KOOP Radio 91.7
15. 5:01 Blues, Jody Denberg, 107.1 FM KGSR
16. Johnny Walker, KLBJ FM 93.7
17. Buzz & Co., Buzz Corona, The Beat 104.3 FM
18. Coffeebreak Concert with Brian Beck, 107.1 FM KGSR
19. Jazz, Etc., Jay Trachtenberg, KUT Radio FM 90.5
20. Texas Radio, Larry Monroe, KUT Radio FM 90.5

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