Thanks to everyone who came out to tonight'sDallas Observer
I, for one, had a grand ol' time. How couldn't you have? The performances were amazing: Doug Burr and Sarah Jaffe stunned; The Whiskey Folk Ramblers riled; Lil Wil repped hard; the Best Instrumentalists killed; THe BAcksliders rocked; Record Hop deafened; and The Cannabanoids, they kept thing fresh all freakin' night long.
And the winners? Plenty worthy, folks. Full winners list after the jump, yo.
(Oh, and keep an eye out on this space; we'll be in full-on recovery mode and not posting too much, but, at the very least, we should have some pictues up by the end of the day. So keep an eye out.)--Pete Freedman
Eleven Hundred Springs – Best Band
Sarah Jaffe – Best Solo Act
Eleven Hundred Springs - Best Album
Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights - Best Blues Act
Eleven Hundred Springs - Best Country/Roots Act
Mom – Best Electronic/Experimental Act
Fair to Midland - Best Metal Act
Sarah Jaffe - Best Folk/Acoustic Act
Erykah Badu - Best Funk/R&B Act
Astronautalis - Best Rap/Hip-Hop Act
Snarky Puppy - Best Jazz Act
Sarah Jaffe - Best Female Vocalist
Good Records - Best Label
Salim Nourallah - Best Producer
Granada Theater - Best Venue
Good Records - Best Record Store
Kris Youmans - Best Booking Agent
Chelsea Callahan - Best Music Advocate
DJ Burlap - Best DJ
Sean Kirkpatrick - Best Instrumentalist
Boys Named Sue - Best Cover/Tribute Act
Matt Hillyer - Best Male Vocalist
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Dove Hunter – Best Indie Act
THe BAcksliders - Best Hard Rock Act
"Slow Southern Home" - Doug Burr - Best Song
Whiskey Folk Ramblers & Tejas Brothers (tie)- Best New Act