An aggressively odd Instagram account both celebrates and pokes fun at the legendary Texas blues rocker.
The Oak Cliff home of the guitar great was listed last week at $169,000.
The Grammy Award-winner reflects on the blues musician that still inspires him today.
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Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble's 1983 debut album gets the a classy-rerelease for a new generation of listeners
From the construction of the state’s first public university in College Station to the swearing in of Governor Rick Perry for a third full term in Austin
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A two-disc reissue of the second album by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble.
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Hot CDsTexas honky-tonker Floyd Tillman is best known for heartbreak lyrics like “Slipping Around” and “It Makes No Difference Now.” But on Herb Remington Instrumentally Salutes Floyd Tillman (Glad), the chiming steel guitarist for Bob Wills’s post-war Texas Playboys demonstrates that Tillman’s poppish material is equally strong on melody and
Texans (natives or onetime residents) have quite an impressive record when it comes to the Grammy awards. Most years we’ve practically dominated—big surprise—the country music category, but we chalked up our share of wins in other classes too. Here’s the score:• Total number of Grammys awarded to Texans from 1958
Hot CDsMiss Lavelle White’s It Haven’t Been Easy (Antone’s/Discovery) is essentially a primer on modern blues. Houston-bred and currently Austin-based, White is equally comfortable with a soul ballad like the title song, an up-tempo scorcher like “Can’t Take It (I Don’t Give a Damn),” the self-explanatory “Wootie Boogie,” or a
Recollections of guitar great Stevie Ray Vaughan.