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Stevie Ray Vaughan was a powerful and emotional player of the Texas blues. This man had soul flowing out of his hands.

Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Guitar Legend, virtuoso! He sure could play that Fender Stratocaster like no one else. So glad that I got to see him perform a couple of times before his death on August As far as his albums/songs, you name it and I love it!

Stevie Ray Vaughn  The world's greatest white blues player and my favorite guitarist.

SRV – 25 years gone, the sky is still crying

He was the greatest blues guitarist of his generation. ~ Mick Jagger From Wikipedia: Birth name Stephen Ray Vaughan Also known as SRV Born October 1954 Dallas, Texas, United States Died August

Stevie Ray Vaughan • The "King of the Blues" strikes a classic pose with his faithful friend ... his "1962 Fender Sunburst Stratocaster." This famous battered Strat is aka "Stevie Ray's favorite Number One guitar!"

Stevie Ray Vaughan poses with his Fender "Number One" ~ Excellent Photo!

Another very early pic of Stevie Ray Vaughan.  Here you can clearly see number 1 is clean and not nearly as worn and battered as it would end up being.

Stevie Ray Vaughn from Oak Cliff, Texas. One of my favorite blues artist. Taken away from us too early!

In memory of Stevie Ray Vaughan who tragically passed away on  this day (August 27th) in 1990.

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You see, we are here, as far as I can tell, to help each other; our brothers, our sisters, our friends, our enemies. That is to help each other and not hurt each other.  ~Stevie Ray Vaughan~

Stevie Ray Vaughn, such a shame he had to die. Best damned Blues guitarist who ever lived

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Stevie Ray Vaughan Items On Display At Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin

Stevie Ray Vaughan...gone too soon!

On October former Texas Governor Ann Richards proclaimed October "Stevie Ray Vaughan Day" in the State Of Texas in honor of Stevie's birth. And while he's no longer with us, we'll always have his music and these rare photos of him to remember SRV by.

Stevie Ray Vaughan~ Helicopter crash (Aug 27 1990) R.I.P.

Stevie Ray Vaughn-one of the greatest blues guitarists. Pride and Joy my fav.

Stevie Ray Vaughan grave - Laurelland Cemetery, Oak Cliff.

Rock and Blues Musician. Born in Dallas, Texas, he was part of a musical family.