The 2002 Jammy Awards were presented October 2 at New York's Roseland Ballroom. The winners are:
TDK live performance of the year: moe., Bonnaroo Music Festival, June 23, 2002
Tour of the year: Trey Anastasio, Summer 2002
Studio album of the year: Trey Anastasio, "Trey Anastasio" (Elektra)
Live album of the Year: Widespread Panic, "Live in the Classic City" (Widespread/Sanctuary)
Archival album: Phish, "Live Phish 11: 11/17/97," (Elektra)
Song of the year: Gov't Mule's "Soulshine"
New groove of the year: Robert Randolph & the Family Band
Fan Web site of the year: Philzone.com
Lifetime achievement award: the Grateful Dead
Mimi Fishman community service award: Joshua Stack, Panic Fans for Food
Grahamy Jammy: Annabel Lukins
Brooks, Dunn Play Miss. Benefit Show
AMORY, Miss. (AP) — A small town doesn't equal a small event, or even a small audience — just ask Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn.
The country duo played to an audience of almost 11,000 people in a Mississippi town with a population of just under 8,000. The Stars Over Mississippi benefit event in Amory, Miss., this past weekend also brought out actors Ray Romano and Whoopi Goldberg. The bi-annual concert is the main fund-raising arm of the Mary Kirkpatrick Haskell Scholarship Foundation, which helps Mississippi students attend college.
An all-star finale of "Mustang Sally" included Marilu Henner singing, Debbie Allen dancing, plus Kathy Ireland, Delta Burke, Gerald McRaney, Gary Collins, Mary Ann Mobley, Romano and Goldberg onstage.
"Any time you can go somewhere and be part of something so much larger than yourself, it's cool," Dunn said.