35 Years Ago: Stevie Ray Vaughan Sparks a Blues Revolution With ‘Texas Flood’
The guitar hero and his band recorded their celebrated debut in just three days. Or so goes the legend.
25 Years Ago: ‘The Sky Is Crying’ Posthumously Celebrates Stevie Ray Vaughan
After Stevie Ray Vaughan died in a helicopter accident in 1990, his brother Jimmie Vaughan assembled 'The Sky is Crying,' a 1991 collection of studio leftovers.
Judas Priest, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan Join List of Record Store Day Black Frid…
Collectors who turn out for Record Store Day's Black Friday celebration on Nov. 27 will have a bumper crop of new limited-edition vinyl titles to choose from.
How Stevie Ray Vaughan Expanded His Sound on ‘Soul to Soul’
Stevie Ray Vaughan's third album, 'Soul to Soul,' came out on Sept. 30, 1985.
Bob Seger Wrote His Song ‘Hey Gypsy’ as a Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan
While we mourn Stevie Ray Vaughan during the days surrounding the 25th anniversary of his death, it's worth taking a minute to revisit Bob Seger's Ride Out record, which contains a tribute to Vaughan.
When Stevie Ray Vaughan Died in a Helicopter Crash
Stevie Ray Vaughan was at the point where his name was being mentioned alongside Jimi Hendrix. Then it all came to a stop.
Stevie Ray Vaughan’s 10 Most Historic Performances
What Stevie Ray Vaughan’s career lacked in length, it made up for in truly amazing moments.
How Stevie Ray Vaughan Got Clean and Released ‘In Step’
Stevie Ray Vaughan's final studio album released in his lifetime was released on June 6, 1989.
How Stevie Ray Vaughan Confirmed His Legend With ‘Couldn’t Stand the Weather’
With the release of his second album, Stevie Ray Vaughan continued redefining the guitar in ways arguably not seen since Jimi Hendrix's death.