Austin Music Awards More 2002-2003 Related Categories Best Live Music Venue: Antone's CLOSED Best Record Producer: Rick Del Castillo: "Vida" by Del Castillo Best Acoustic Venue: Cactus Cafe Best All Ages Venue: Emo's CLOSED Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Instrument / Equipment Store: Guitar Center Best New Club: Steamboat Best Radio Station: KGSR 107.1FM Best Radio Program: Dudley and Bob Show: Dale Dudley, Bob Fonseca, Charlie Hodge; KLBJ Best Band Website: Best Local Music TV Show: Austin City Limits, KLRU Best Concert Poster: Bass Babes Battling Breast Cancer by Angela Crosby; The Vibe, Oct. 27 Best Music Writer: Andy Langer Best Cover Art: "Vida" by Del Castillo Best Concert By a Touring Artist: Queens of the Stone Age, Stubb’s, Sept. 28

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Best Radio Personality: Dale Dudley, KLBJ FM

Best Radio Personality: Dale Dudley, KLBJ FM
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2. Charlie Hodge, KLBJ FM
3. Bob Cole, KVET
4. Jody Denberg, 107.1 KGSR
5. John Aielli, KUT
6. Sammy Alred, KVET
7. Kevin Connor, 107.1 KGSR
8. Miss Kitty, Mega 93
9. John Erler, KVRX
10. Trina Quinn, 101X
11. Johnny Walker, KLBJ
12. Marnie Sutton, 107.1 KGSR
13. Larry Monroe, KUT
14. Drew Bennett, 101X
15. Loris Lowe, KLBJ
16. Sandy Rivers, The Mix
17. Paul Ray, KUT
18. Donnelle McKaskelle, KOOP
19. Anne Hudson, KVET
20. Tom Allen, KASE

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