The Way We Were: 2001

The Austin Music Awards Wednesday, March 14, 2001 Austin Music Hall

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Best Drummer Brannen Temple (left) joins the rest of Blaze, winners of Best Jazz Band.

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107.1 KGSR's Jody Denberg, SIMS founder Peyton Wimmer, Kyle Ellison, and Alejandro Escovedo smile really big -- this year's check was for more than $132,000!

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Sandra Bullock, looking as divine and darling in casual dress as she does in couture

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That old familiar feeling ... the all-star 86ed set: (l-r) Kim Longacre, Kathy McCarty, Cindy Toth, Alejandro Escovedo, Randy Franklin, Mike Hall

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Jimmie Vaughan, James Cotton, and Lou Ann Barton bringing down the house 'round about midnight

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King Coffey of the Butthole Surfers does a victory dance after being inducted into the Hall of Fame by Big Boys frontman Biscuit Turner, who followed him offstage.

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Best Rap/Hip-Hop Artist MC Overlord was in the house when Band of the Year Vallejo performed, and he joined the boys onstage.

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Sara, Aimes, Lara, and Lee of Tosca celebrate their win as Best Strings Players.

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