Black Math Experiment are up for Best Local Song for "Everyone Is Gay," among other awards. Can they match the success of "You Cannot Kill David Arquette"?
Multiple nominees (Best Male Vocalist - Mighty Orq; Best Bassist - Westside Johnny) the Mighty Orq shred the "Devil at Your Back" at Huntsville's Stardust Room:
Best Metal nominee eyeagainst gets hardcore at Fitz's on "Esta Ciudad":
Best Songwriter nominee John Evans and Lost Highway golden boy Hayes Carll go all Animal House at the Continental's toga party last December:
Best Alternative Rock nominee Skyblue72 took over Antone's in Austin for the release party for Feel My Way Home last year:
Scratchy Alternative Rock nominee Wayside Drive hopes a victory will be "Automatic":
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