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Jack White Towers Over the Austin Music Hall
Night two of a sold-out stand
DAILY Music  January 26, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Sunday rang in Jack White’s second night at Austin Music Hall. That was five nights before a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden, over two years since showing face at ACL Fest and taping Austin City Limits, and 13 years after becoming one of the most consistently successful rock stars of the modern age...."

Hozier Takes Austin Music Hall to Church
Irish balladeer calls to the wretched and joyful
DAILY Music  April 22, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...An ear-splitting chorus of shrieks signaled Hozier’s arrival onstage at a sold-out Austin Music Hall on Tuesday night. The welcome provided a census for the 25-year-old Irishman’s first local concert since SXSW last year: 80% women and 20% their boyfriends...."

Dicks Should Be in Austin Music Hall of Fame
Postmarks  March 19, 2008
"...To the Austin Music Poll voters, I attended the Austin Music Awards show and had a wonderful time. If not for the glaring omission of the Dicks from the Austin Music Poll Hall of Fame [Music, March 14], the show would have been perfect. The Dicks were cited as primary influences by everyone from Henry Rollins to David Yow to Kurt Cobain and can still bring down houses in Texas and California to this day..."

Win FRONT ROW tickets to see CHEECH AND CHONG at The Austin Music Hall on 11/15!
DAILY Chrontourage  August 8, 2008
"...The Austin Chronicle has teamed up with the good people from Direct Events to give out a pair of front row seats to see Cheech and Chong at the Austin Music Hall on November 15...."

Weezer Blisses Out the Austin Music Hall
Sold-out Tuesday night concert takes bros ballistic
DAILY Music  December 3, 2014, by Nina Hernandez
"...Weezer’s emotional sophomore disc, 1996’s Pinkerton, embarrassed author Rivers Cuomo as a perfect vignette of his tortured sabbatical at Harvard. In 2001, The Green Album then traded “Tired of Sex” for “Island in the Sun.” Twenty years after its debut, on Tuesday night at a sold-out Austin Music Hall, none of the L.A..."

Austin Music Awards TOMORROW at Austin Music Hall!
DAILY Chrontourage  March 11, 2008


1996-97 Austin Music Awards Wednesday, March 12 Austin Music Hall, 7:55pm sharp
Music Story  March 7, 1997


Lorde at Austin Music Hall
March 3, 2014. 18 photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  March 4, 2014


2004-05 Austin Music Awards
Austin Music Hall, Wednesday, March 16
Music Story  March 18, 2005, by Darcie Stevens
"...Beloved Austinite (by way of Waller) Daniel Johnston shuffled onstage, his hoodie zipped up only a couple of inches and his bangs swaying haphazardly in his eyes. Somehow in front of a hall full of people, the middle-aged man became a lonely child playing in a darkened basement with only a toy six-string in hand..."

2007-08 Austin Music Awards
Austin Music Hall, Wednesday, March 12
Music Story  March 14, 2008, by Doug Freeman
"...The true spirit of the 26th annual Austin Music Awards was best expressed by its first recipient of the evening, World Music Band of the Year Atash's frontman Roberto Riggio, who offered via the Sufi poet Rumi: "We have fallen into a place where everything is music." With SXSW swarming outside, the newly renovated Austin Music Hall served as musical epicenter, a convergence of past and present embodied in the bookending collaborations of the evening: the opening tribute to Walter Hyatt and billed headliner Rokkervil, teaming resurrected 13th Floor Elevator and AMA Musician of the Year Roky Erickson with Indie Band winners Okkervil River...."

Austin Music Awards 2002-03
Austin Music Hall, Wednesday, March 12
Music Story  March 14, 2003, by Jerry Renshaw
"...If you listen closely, you could probably hear the carping when the 2002-03 Austin Music Awards lineup was first announced, "C'mon, Steven Fromholz, Ray Benson, Billy Joe Shaver, Ray Wylie Hubbard? Isn't that a little predictable?" Not predictable were Shaver's stunning version of "Honky Tonk Heroes," Ray Wylie Hubbard's raw take on his anthem "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother," and Ray Benson tossing out a quip about when Austin rents were $100 and a bag of weed was $10. And granted, the 2002-03 Music Awards did deliver some results that weren't exactly huge shockers: KGSR, who presented a $220,000 check to the SIMS Foundation, as Best Radio Station; Eric Johnson as Best Electric Guitarist; Monte Montgomery as Best Acoustic Guitarist; Waterloo as Best Record Store; and Willie Nelson, Joe "King" Carrasco, Stephen Bruton, and Eliza Gilkyson all getting nominated to the Texas Music Hall of Fame..."

2003-04 Austin Music Awards
Austin Music Hall, Wednesday, March 17
Music Story  March 19, 2004, by Christopher Gray
"...Plenty of others were nodding right along and basically rocking the fuck out. The other punk moment, so lengthy it became the centerpiece of the entire show, was the Class of '78 reunion, which collected a dozen or so alumni from Standing Waves, Terminal Mind, the Skunks, D-Day, and the Next, including Larry Seaman, Jon Dee Graham, Jesse Sublett, Randy Franklin, De Lewellen, and brand-new Hall of Famer Terri Lord..."

Austin Music Awards' Industry Accolades Announced
Best radio station, record store, club, and many more
DAILY Music  March 6, 2017, by James Renovitch
"...Local Label 1) Modern Outsider 2) VMG (Vallejo Music Group) 3) Super Secret 4) Saustex 5) Nine Mile Records 6) Austin Town Hall Records 7) Elevator Bath 8) Raw Paw 9) Holodeck 10) Music Road [image-4-right]..."

Playback: The Austin Music Poll's 11th Hour
A final push to get out the vote in the Austin Music Poll
Music Column  January 28, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Because this year's Hall of Fame nominees are the strongest ever. We scoured the annals of past inductees, from ....."

Playback: Behold! The Austin Music Awards
Announcing the 2014/15 Austin Music Awards bill, the 13th Floor Elevators reunite for Levitation, and King Coffey recovers after being struck by a car
Music Column  February 19, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Another one-of-a-kind live music offering, Viva la Diva, showcases the next generation of local frontwomen: Gina Chavez, Nina Diaz, Jazz Mills, Sunny Sweeney, Carson McHone, Tameca Jones, and Dana Falconberry laying down a medley of classic Austin songs. The night will close, as it did last year for Moser's farewell jam, with maximum musical emotion as friends say goodbye to local Rock & Roll Hall of Fame keyboardist Ian McLagan...."

Austin Music Industry Award Winners
Business and non-performer accolades precede the AMAs
DAILY Music  March 7, 2016, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Music Photographer David Brendan Hall..."

Austin Music Industry Awards Winners
KUTX named Best Radio Station, Strange Brew Best Venue
DAILY Music  March 9, 2015, by The Music Staff
"...1) Merrick Ales 2) David Brendan Hall 3) Gabriella McSwain 4) Dave Pedley 5) Winker Withaneye 6) Roger Ho 7) Rodney Bursiel 8) Maurice Eagle 9) Todd V. Wolfson 10) Bob Zink POSTER..."

Austin Music Awards’ Message of Love
35th annual local prom sets a new standard
DAILY Music  March 13, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...Following Hall of Fame inductions for trumpet mainstay Ephraim Owens and late radio deejay great Larry Monroe, former Go-Go’s bassist Kathy Valentine – an AMA alum since her teens – led the Bluebonnets through the first musical blast of the night. That set up the bluesy burn for a special collaboration of firebrand guitarist/singers Jackie Venson and Carolyn Wonderland, who’d written a song expressly for the occasion..."

Bringing Down the Music Hall with My Morning Jacket
Kentucky giants enrapture devotees on night one
DAILY Music  October 23, 2015, by Doug Freeman
"...Welcome to the Church of MMJ. With the first show of their two-night stand, My Morning Jacket unloaded a nearly two-and-a-half-hour set that threatened to bring down the Austin Music Hall three months ahead of its scheduled demolition...."

Playback: The FAQs of Austin Music 2015
Q: Is Austin still the "live music capital of the world"?
Music Column  December 23, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Not this year. In the spirit of our analysis-challenged times, I'm choosing convenience over context and recapping 2015 in the only format lazier than a listicle: the FAQ page..."

Playback: Austin Music Census
The Austin Music Census hits the fan. As does Tyler, the Creator!
Music Column  June 4, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Cops know who I was cause their kid said the show was awesome." Says Tyler: "The irony, to me at least, is that I got arrested over some dumb shit and the cops who were taking my information were like, 'My kid loves your music.'" He declined to say whether the charges were ultimately dropped. Saturday at noon, Tyler hosts a video screening at the Marchesa Hall & Theatre, open to subscribers of his new Golf Media app...."

2000-01 Austin Music Awards
Wednesday, March 14, 2001, Austin Music Hall, 7:55pm sharp
Music Story  March 9, 2001


The Austin Arts Hall of Fame Class of 2016
These inductees – Ballet Austin's Cookie Ruiz and Stephen Mills, and the Austin Symphony Orchestra's Peter Bay – are cultural heroes who lead by example
Arts Story  May 5, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...But it can also appear more modestly, calm and steady, moving toward its goal with a steadfast commitment while showing an openness to collaboration and a generosity of spirit. The three inductees into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame for 2016 belong to the latter camp..."

Congrats to SXSW; Music Hall Needs to Improve Sound
Postmarks  March 21, 2008
"...Dear Editor, It has taken awhile to recover from South by Southwest (every year it takes a little longer), but I want to congratulate everyone who made this year's SXSW another success! I saw some wonderful films and heard lots of great music, which is to be expected. What I didn't expect was the huge headache I got at Wednesday night's Austin Music Awards show. I had heard rumors that the acoustics at the newly renovated Austin Music Hall left something to be desired..."

2005-06 Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 17, 2006, by Greg Beets
"...Austin Music Hall..."

Playback: The Mayor's Plan to Save Austin Music
Mayor Steve Adler addresses the elephant in the club, Susan Antone honored, and Henry Gonzalez goes to the head of the Austin poster artist altar
Music Column  March 3, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Even with South by Southwest landing the biggest headliner ever on Wednesday ­– the Obamas – Austin music still has problems, and Steve Adler's here to help. The mayor appeared on the balcony of City Hall last Friday morning, trumpeting a resolution to stimulate local music industry growth, sustain concert venues, and keep Austin musicians from moving to Detroit – or wherever the next burgeoning artist colony is...."

Playback: The State of the State of the 2012 Austin Music Scene
A look back at 2012
Music Column  December 28, 2012, by Kevin Curtin
"...The new opportunity affirmed my belief that dreams come true if you're masochistic enough to endure their pursuit. It also presented me with the challenge of growing up without maturing ....."

Playback: Biggest Austin Music Stories of 2016
Looking back on the biggest Music news headlines of the year
Music Column  December 22, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Stratus, meanwhile, initially planned to operate Transmission as an event production and sponsorship business, then gave up and terminated the remaining staff. Since then, they've been seeking a production partner to hold Fun Fun Fun Fest on Halloween weekend 2017. Survive's Strange Ascent..."

SXSW Live Shot: Austin Music Awards
Sold-out extravaganza reiterates there’s no place like home
DAILY SXSW  March 19, 2015, by Doug Freeman
"...Home also beckons as a destination, a place and community to discover, as it did for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee for both the Small Faces and Faces, Ian McLagan, who called Austin home for the final 20 years of his life. And home encompasses the people you love, as 2015 Austin Music Awards queen Gina Chavez, who took home Best Musician, Album, Song, and Latin Artist of the Year, declares on her stellar 2014 sophomore LP, up.rooted: “All I know, my home is your heart.”..."

Playback: Your Austin Music Poll Ballot
Armadillos for sale, Free Week, and an Austin Music Poll primer
Music Column  January 8, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Music Business Hall of Fame: Clifford Antone..."

Austin Music Poll Launches Wednesday
Now complete with “Music Industry Awards” section
DAILY Music  December 29, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...Austin favorite stages now operate under the designations of Best New Club, Best Live Music Venue, Best Lighting, Best Sound, Best “Outside Austin City Limits” Music Venue, Best Music Venue to Play, Best Live Music Booker, and Best Ongoing Music Residency. The industry honors will also include Best Music Support Non-Profit and Music Business Hall of Fame...."

2014-15 Austin Music Awards
PHOTO GALLERY  March 19, 2015
"...Rose Reyes inducts Conjunto Los Pinkys into the Austin Music Hall of Fame...."

2008-09 Austin Music Awards Show
Austin Music Hall, Wednesday, March 18
Music Story  March 20, 2009, by Doug Freeman
"...Austin Music Hall, Wednesday, March 18..."

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE 2007-2008 AUSTIN MUSIC AWARDS Tickets On Sale TODAY!
DAILY Chrontourage  February 19, 2008
"...AUSTIN, TX, Friday, February 15, 2008 – It’s time once again to honor the music that makes Austin the Live Music Capital of the World! Votes from this year’s Austin Chronicle Music Poll are being tabulated and the winners will be announced at the 26th Annual Austin Music Awards on Wednesday, March 12, at the newly renovated Austin Music Hall, the official kick-off to South by Southwest Music...."

The Night I Drooled Blood on the Music Hall Stage
Postmarks  March 21, 2005
"...So you can only imagine how exciting it was for me to be invited to the Austin Music Awards to accept an award! I've learned to enjoy my artistic life by moments, rather than by expectations. Like the moment I sold my first CD, and every CD after that, and the first time I heard one of my songs in a club, and people got up and were dancing to it, or the time I was recognized by a fan in a grocery story, and now, the night I drooled blood on the Austin Music Hall stage accepting an award for best industrial/goth band. Will my music ever be bigger than Britney Spears? I don't know, but whatever happens, I will always have my beautiful moments...."

Music Hall Blues
Postmarks  May 4, 2009
"...Dear Editor, While closed for six months in 2007, the Austin Music Hall apparently improved the air conditioning and painted some stuff while making concerted effort to muffle, muddle, and damage the building’s already-poor acoustics. Friday night’s Death Cab for Cutie show (May 1) was a lot like watching a band on a bad TV with no treble from the back of a bottom bunk. Bad sight lines, obstructed views all over, bad sound everywhere except the first five rows of the center mezzanine and the first 50 feet of the floor. Yes, all that and more..."

The Austin Music Atlas
A primer for the musically inclined
DAILY AAN  June 14, 2016, by Emily Gibson
"...As its name implies, Broken Spoke (3201 S. Lamar) is a honky-tonk dance hall on South Lamar that prides itself on hosting Austin’s “real” country acts..."

SXSW Music: 2015/16 Austin Music Awards
Robert Plant crowns magnum opus roots pull
DAILY SXSW  March 17, 2016, by Doug Freeman
"...His all-star fiddle fête featured former Asleep at the Wheel stringmaster Jason Roberts, instrumental wizard Erik Hokkanen, and eventually Carrie Rodriguez, with Dick Gimble, Johnny’s son, on bass, and his daughter Emily Gimble – Asleep at the Wheel pianist/singer – on keys. The strings squared off through “Under the X in Texas” and “The End of the Line,” and finished with new AMA Hall of Fame inductees the Flatlanders sharing rounds on “Roll in My Sweet Baby’s Arms.”..."

Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 15, 2002, by Christopher Hess
"...Austin Music Hall, Wednesday 13..."

SXSW Live Shot: 2013/2014 Austin Music Awards
An epic last dance for AMA director Margaret Moser
DAILY Music  March 13, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Later, beloved blues guitarist Nick Curran, lost to cancer in 2012, received a posthumous Hall of Fame plaque alongside local known quantities Fastball, the Gourds, former Go-Go’s bassist and “Vacation” author Kathy Valentine – introduced by Blondie – the Hickoids, Leroi Brothers, and DJ Mel. Curran’s mother offered a moving speech in tribute to her son during his segment...."

2008-09 Austin Music Awards Encore
Austin Music Hall, Wednesday, March 18
Music Story  March 27, 2009


2007-08 Austin Music Awards Encore
Austin Music Hall, Wednesday, March 12
Music Story  March 21, 2008


2006-07 Austin Music Awards Show
Austin Convention Center, Wednesday, March 14
Music Story  March 16, 2007, by Greg Beets
"...Timbuk 3's Barbara Kooyman & the Unstrung Heroes of Texamericana promoted Kooyman's new nonprofit radio venture with a hootenanny-style set highlighted by Michelle Shocked's soaring rendition of "Come a Long Way." New AMA emcee Andy Langer assumed Paul Ray's gavel with purposeful aplomb, though the best award presenter quip came from poster artist Billy Perkins. "I'm flattered to be a presenter," he said, "but the fact that I'm here means some of y'all sons a bitches didn't vote for me!" Vanguard Eighties punk quartet Scratch Acid made it into the Hall of Fame, but only guitarist Brett Bradford was on hand to accept..."

2001-02 Austin Music Awards Lineup
Wednesday, March 13, 2001, Austin Music Hall, 7:55pm sharp
Music Story  March 8, 2002


1999-2000 Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 10, 2000
"...Austin Music Hall..."

1998-99 Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 11, 1999
"...Wednesday, March 17 Austin Music Hall, 7:55pm sharp..."

1997-98 Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 13, 1998
"...Wednesday, March 18 Austin Music Hall, 7:55pm sharp..."

It's the 'Texas' Music Hall of Fame
Postmarks  January 19, 2009
"...Dear Editor, Regarding Todd Potter's letter about his band Bubble Puppy not being in the Texas Music Hall of Fame [Postmarks, Jan. 16]: No argument that Bubble Puppy should be in the Hall of Fame, but I do take issue with his complaints that many Hall of Fame members aren't from Austin (it is the Texas Music Hall of Fame) and that the ones with charting hit records – Christopher Cross and Stevie Ray Vaughan – aren't from Austin either..."

35 Years of the Austin Music Awards
Living in a dream
Features Story  March 2, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...“Don’t be intimidated,” challenges Kerr to the crowd. “We’re not.”..."

Playback: Revamping the Austin Music Poll
Here's how Playback's voting
Music Column  November 16, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Live Music Photographer: David Brendan Hall..."

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