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SRV And Double Trouble’s ‘Texas Flood’ Inducted Into GRAMMY Hall Of Fame

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Texas Flood

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble’s 1983 album Texas Flood is among 29 albums and singles inducted in 2021 into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame in recognition of their historical significance.

Each year recordings that are at least 25 years old are reviewed by a special committee from all branches of the recording arts, with final approval by the Recording Academy’s National Board of Trustees. With 29 new titles, the Hall, now in its 48th year, currently totals 1,142 recordings.

Read the complete list of inductees at GRAMMY.com.

Jimmie & Stevie Ray Vaughan Return To Oak Cliff – D Magazine

Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan sculpture in Kiest Park

We Are Music & Music Is Us, a four-panel weathered steel piece by Spanish sculptor Casto Solano, honors both Stevie Ray and his older brother, Jimmie. Appropriately, it is located in Kiest Park, a few blocks from where the Vaughans grew up.

Since you can see through it and view it from both sides and multiple angles, We Are Music & Music Is Us changes with the time of day and the weather and where you happen to be standing.

Read more at D Magazine.

Photo by Zac Crain

Preview ‘Austin City Limits’ Special Celebrating Stevie Ray Vaughan

Stevie Ray Vaughan on Austin City Limits: 30 Years On premieres on most PBS stations on Saturday, October 17th. Check your local station listings for details or stream it at pbs.org/austincitylimits beginning Saturday night at 11 p.m. CT.

“My brother was so incredibly talented,” guitarist and Stevie Ray’s older brother Jimmie Vaughan said in a statement. “Austin City Limits captured many of his best performances.”

Rolling Stone is sharing a performance from each concert: A rendition of “Pride & Joy” from his ACL debut in December 1983 and “Crossfire” from his October 1989 ACL gig.

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