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October 3: In honor of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s birthday, please enjoy and share this playlist of SRV music videos.
August 27: Today is the 25th anniversary of one of the saddest days in music history. Stevie Ray Vaughan was only 35 years old when he lost his life. This photo captures Stevie on stage in New York shortly after the release of his immortal debut Texas Flood.
Guitar World is celebrating what they believe to be the 10 greatest guitar moments of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s career by posting 10 historic performance videos. Do you agree with their list?
The city of Dallas has signed off on Oak Cliff filmmaker Kirby Warnock’s proposed piece of public art in Kiest Park honoring Stevie Ray Vaughan and older brother Jimmie. … Without any discussion, the Dallas City Council OK’d spending $142,000 on the yet-to-be-defined piece.
About half of that ($74,000) will come from 2006 bond funds already set aside for a piece in Kiest Park, which is mere blocks from the Vaughan brothers’ childhood home. The rest will come from the Oak Cliff Foundation, which is on the hook for $68,000 – $28,000 of which will go toward the project, with the other $40,000 being set aside for its future maintenance.