AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS
Austin Music Awards More 2004-2005 Related Categories Best Concert By a Touring Artist: David Bowie at the Backyard Best Cover Art: Soul of a Harper, Marc Gunn, Marc Gunn Best Music Writer: Christopher Gray Best Concert Poster: Los Lonely Boys at Stubbs by Billy Perkins Best Video: The Troy Dillinger Dirty & Hairy Film Festival DVD Best Local Music TV Show: Austin City Limits, KLRU Best Radio Personality: Bobby Bones, KISS 96.7FM Best Record Producer: Rick del Castillo for Jelly Jar's Preserved Best New Club: RedRum Best Live Music Venue: Stubb's Best Acoustic Venue: Cactus Cafe Best All Ages Venue: Emo's CLOSED Best Record Store: Waterloo Records Best Instrument / Equipment Store: Guitar Center Best Radio Station: KGSR 107.1FM Best Radio Program: Dudley and Bob Show, Dale Dudley, Bob Fonseca, Charlie Hodge, Angela Davis, and Ed Clements, KLBJ 93.7FM

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Best Radio Music Program: Eklektikos with John Aielli, KUT 90.5FM

Best Radio Music Program: Eklektikos with John Aielli, KUT 90.5FM
Todd V. Wolfson

2. The Next Big Thing, Andy Langer, KROX 101X FM
3. Local Live, KVRX 91.7FM
4. Horizontes, Michael Crockett, KUT 90.5FM
5. Folkways, Larry Monroe, Ed Miller, David Obermann, KUT 90.5FM
6. Celtic Storm, Donnelle McKaskle, KOOP 91.7FM
7. Left of the Dial, Jeff McCord, KUT 90.5FM
8. Blue Monday, Larry Monroe, KUT 90.5FM
9. Local Licks Live, Loris Lowe, KLBJ 93.7FM
10. Jamaican Gold, Art Baker, Jim Bradford, KOOP 91.7FM
11. Lone Star State of Mind, Kevin Connor, KGSR 107.1FM

John Aielli, KUT 90.5FM, 300 W. Dean Keeton, 512/471-1631, www.kut.org

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