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Stevie Ray Vaughan
Features Story  September 7, 2001, by Michael Hall
"...He was this scrawny 28-year-old kid bouncing around his South Austin apartment, getting ready to leave that day for superstardom and the great wide open. It was June 1983, and Stevie Ray Vaughan had recently quit David Bowie's outfit to play his own music -- to support his debut, Texas Flood, which had just come out but already gone into its second pressing...."

'What Does Stevie Ray Vaughan Have to Do With Anything?'
Postmarks  May 26, 2010
"...Dear Chronicle, This letter is a reaction to Margaret Moser’s feature story regarding the five Jimi Hendrix albums released in March by Sony Legacy [”Not Necessarily Stoned but Beautiful,” Music, May 14]. When I first read Moser’s article, The Big Lebowski analogies rushed to my mind as I imagined my the Dude to Moser’s Walter Sobchak. With hopes that my oft-repeated question will actually be answered, I raise my voice to ask, “What does Stevie Ray Vaughan have to do with anything?” This question is a symptom of my exhaustion brought on by the nostalgia peddled by the Chronicle, and Austin in general, on a regular basis..."

Twine Time Host Paul Ray Dead at 73
Deejay, singer, and soul scholar had been hospitalized since November
DAILY Music  January 15, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...After a brief sojourn to California, Ray and his wife Diana moved to Austin in 1970 where his music career flourished alongside a gang of Dallas ex-pats including Denny Freeman and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Both guitarists backed Ray in the Cobras, who were a staple at Soap Creek Saloon and later Antone’s...."

Jimmie Vaughan Suffers Heart Attack
Grammy winner is recovering at home and anxious to play
DAILY Music  January 31, 2013, by Margaret Moser
"...The news came suddenly yesterday that Jimmie Vaughan had suffered a heart attack the previous week – on Wednesday, Jan. 23..."

Jimmie Vaughan: 50 Years Performing
Blues master crowds the Continental through the end of 2013
DAILY Music  November 25, 2013, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Eternal Austin guitar hero Jimmie Vaughan celebrates 50 years making music on Tuesdays at the Continental Club, hosting a residency that runs through New Year’s Eve. He usually brings his stinging blues to larger stages, so it’s a great opportunity to catch the older brother and original influence of Stevie Ray Vaughan up close and personal...."

Ray Wylie Hubbard’s Birthday Bash
Growly troubadour – still canny after all these years
DAILY Music  November 13, 2015, by William Harries Graham
"...I had to go into some of the dark periods of my life, and that was uncomfortable writing about the wreckage of the past. But then I got to put in there about getting clean and sober when I was 41 years old, and about how Stevie Ray Vaughan did a 12-step call on me.”..."

Margaret Moser Tribute: Jimmie Vaughan
“Everything back then felt like us versus them – and she was one of us”
Music Story  June 29, 2017, by Andy Langer


Vaughan's Life Illuminated
Postmarks  September 6, 2008
"...Dear Editor, Your latest article by Margaret Moser [“They Call Me Hurricane,” Music, Sept. 5] on the lost history of Stevie Ray Vaughan's recordings brought up old memories of mine when I was working for Third Coast Studios back in the late 1970s, when the "Texas Flood" video was being taped there..."

Playback – Austin Loses Its Voice: Paul Ray 1942–2016
Paul Ray 1942–2016, and now, a time without twine
Music Column  January 21, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"..."Paul was a mentor to all of us blues players because he was older and experienced. He taught us a lot," offered fellow Dallas transplant Jimmie Vaughan, who booked his first residency at age 13 (with his band Swinging Pendulums) at the suggestion of Ray, then later played with him in Storm and Texas Storm..."

Cover for Stevie
Postmarks  April 27, 2015
"...This is by far the biggest thing this week for Austin music and in a long time for that matter. How many bands from Austin have been inducted into the freaking Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?? I would be embarrassed when Double Trouble and Jimmie Vaughan see this puny tribute..."

Paul Ray’s Magic
Twine Time’s origin story begins with friendship
DAILY Music  January 15, 2016, by Bill Bentley
"...In the mid-Seventies, he founded the Cobras, as good a group that ever called Austin home. They became the house band for a rolling party of rhythm & blues lovers, and how could they not? On guitars were Denny Freeman and a young Stevie Vaughan, and a rhythm section of Alex Napier and Rodney Craig..."

The Cult of Ray
Ray Benson steps out from behind the Wheel.
Music Story  July 18, 2003, by Joe Nick Patoski
"...Who do you think made the introduction between Denny Bruce and the Fabulous Thunderbirds, putting in motion the record deal that put Austin blues on the map? Who hooked up Stevie Vaughan with manager Alex Hodges? Who brought together Lance Armstrong's management and the folks who made the Austin City Limits festival happen?..."

Texas' Holy Trinity: SR Vaughan, Sahm, Antone
Postmarks  May 26, 2006


The Artistic Afterlife
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Music Story  October 6, 1995
"...I run around the Town Lake hike and bike trail four or five times a week. Every time I do, I swerve off the trail, stick out my left hand, and touch the right hand of Stevie Ray Vaughan..."

Standing Next to a Mountain
Examining the 3-CD Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble box set.
Music Story  December 15, 2000, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Having had the Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble box set laid in front of them, the wood-grain photo on its hardcover jacket blending with the outdoor furniture on the deck at Central Market north, Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon stare at the latest packaging of their legacy somewhat blankly. All those years backing a musician many critics and fans consider the most naturally gifted guitarist since Jimi Hendrix -- Austin's Stevie Ray Vaughan -- can't be processed on command..."

SRV’s Pride & Joy on Display
Stevie Ray Vaughan exhibit opens at the Bullock
DAILY Music  March 9, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Something you probably didn’t know about Austin’s Stevie Ray Vaughan: “Pride & Joy,” perhaps the most enduring song the late blues guitar sensation put lyrics to, was originally titled “Sweet Thang.” Nice tweak...."

Deep Roots and Living Legends
Austin Music Awards celebrate our legends
DAILY Chrontourage  March 8, 2016, by Lisa Gossett
"...Over the next 40 years, the blues club would become the stomping grounds of legends like B.B. King, Muddy Waters, and Stevie Ray Vaughan and cement itself in Austin music history...."

Austin City Limits’ Hall of Fame Fireworks
Willie Nelson & SRV among the inaugural inductees
DAILY Music  April 28, 2014, by Jim Caligiuri
"...The program, celebrating 40 years on TV, returned to KLRU’s Studio 6A to induct its inaugural Hall of Fame class. That the choices were obvious – Willie Nelson, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, UT football coach Darrell Royal, and ACL creator Bill Arhos – in no way diminished the proceedings...."

Naked City
Big events such as concerts and fun runs may soon disappear from Auditorium Shores.
News Story  August 3, 2001, by Lee Nichols
"...Removing rock concerts from the Shores would be especially ironic, given that the Stevie Ray Vaughan statue was placed there specifically to honor the many great performances he gave at the edge of Town Lake...."

All-American
Jimmie Vaughan at 50
Music Story  November 23, 2001, by Margaret Moser
"...The last time Jimmie Vaughan sat down with the Chronicle at Iron Works Barbecue, a violent thunderstorm erupted. No sooner had the food arrived than the thunder rolled out and boom, boom! Out went the lights...."

They Call Me Hurricane
Newly discovered session tapes from 1979 document Stevie Vaughan before the Ray
Music Story  September 5, 2008, by Margaret Moser
"...Then there were the notables: Doug Sahm, Alvin Crow, and Stevie Ray Vaughan...."

Beacon Blues
Since 1970 at the One Knite, Jimmie Vaughan's worn the smile of a blues savior
Music Story  July 16, 2010, by Bill Bentley
"...Of the holy local psych triumvirate – Conqueroo, 13th Floor Elevators, and Shiva's Headband – only the last still swung, but freedom flourished nonetheless. Jimmie Vaughan felt it when he visited from the Big D in the mid-1960s, playing sticky-floor gigs at fraternity houses around the University of Texas and finding his way to Eastside clubs Marie's T Room and Alexander's, places where the blues was a life raft for listeners who sometimes could barely afford air to breathe..."

In a Blink of an Eye
A conversation with Double Trouble’s Tommy Shannon
DAILY Music  July 28, 2010, by Jim Caligiuri
"...August 27 marks 20 years since Stevie Ray Vaughan took that fateful helicopter ride after a show at Alpine Valley in Michigan. To commemorate, Legacy Records reissued Couldn’t Stand the Weather, Vaughan’s second record with Double Trouble and their first platinum seller...."

Snake Charmer
Ray Wylie Hubbard survived the crash, recovered the black box, and continues to fly high and get lowdown with 'Snake Farm.'
Music Story  June 23, 2006, by Margaret Moser
"...I was going with a girl who was trying to get me into recovery. She was giving me little hints like, 'You're a bad drunk.' I didn't really know Stevie [Ray Vaughan], but I'd run into him at Riverside Studios..."

Live Shots
Jimmie Vaughan
  May 19, 1995
"...They look to tap into a free-flowing pulse, and channel it through their instrument. At the opening of the Brothers Vaughan Family Style album, I believe it's Jimmie who says "just roll it, and I'll feel it." Watching Vaughan - five nights in 10 days - it was striking how one could see him searching for a good vein..."

Robert Plant Crowns Austin Music Awards
Fortune teller to unspool vintage Twine Time at local Grammys
DAILY Music  March 15, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Ray, 73, succumbed to ongoing health problems in January and thus closed the door on Twine Time, which he’d hosted since 1979. Prior to his tenure in the deejay booth, he was the charismatic, silky-voiced namesake of young blues lions Paul Ray & the Cobras, home to a boyish Stevie Ray Vaughan playing rhythm guitar opposite Denny Freeman..."

Signed Sealed Delivered
DAILY Music  December 5, 2007, by Raoul Hernandez
"...“Master Blaster” rippled and rolled next, and maybe it was universal shock at the reality of what was unfolding live and in person that prompted Wonder to ask at the song’s conclusion, “Feeling all right? Feeling all right with us? With each other?” The talk box he employed for a brief lesson on Texas blues, including a snippet of “Further on Up the Road” and mention of Stevie Ray Vaughan, preceded loose funk that morphed into “Higher Ground.” By that point, everyone had come to rest on said plain. With “Ribbon in the Sky,” Wonder returned to the piano for an unhurried and luxurious 20-minute singalong, time slowing, slowing, and finally pausing to lose itself in free form soul..."

Playback: Triple Crown Ends Historic Streak
San Marcos' Triple Crown ends its live music streak, White Ghost Shivers lose a founder, and Twine Time host Paul Ray hospitalized
Music Column  December 17, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...Denny Freeman, who shared guitar duties with Stevie Ray Vaughan in Seventies heroes Paul Ray & the Cobras, visited his singer-turned-deejay buddy in the hospital...."

The Beat Goes On: R.I.P. Uncle John Turner
Johnny Winter drummer and the power of three
DAILY Music  July 26, 2007, by Margaret Moser
"...Winter got it all and the Johnny Winter Trio, with Tommy Shannon on bass, went on to make blues history. Somehow, Turner’s role went largely unacknowledged. After leaving Winter, he relocated to Austin and played in Krackjack with Shannon and Stevie Ray Vaughan, while plying his blues trade sitting in, backing up, and recording with artists such as Jimi Hendrix, B.B..."

Trouble Men
The post-SRV trials and tribulations of Texas' most famous rhythm section
Music Story  February 9, 2001, by Andy Langer
"...It was as if he was looking at life through tinted sunglasses, as if everything had been repainted black. That's how Double Trouble bassist Tommy Shannon remembers the months after Stevie Ray Vaughan was killed in a helicopter crash following an August 1990 performance in Alpine Valley, Wisconsin...."

The Scene Is Gone But Not Forgotten
The Evolution of Austin's White Blues
Music Story  August 9, 1996
"...Mostly, I learned the blues during my late teens in Austin's dives of the early Seventies, from Jimmie Vaughan and Doyle Bramhall in Storm, Paul Ray in the Cobras, W.C. Clark and Angela Strehli in Southern Feeling, and Stevie Vaughan and Keith Ferguson in the Nightcrawlers..."

Life by the Drop
The return of Doyle Bramhall
Music Story  February 21, 2003, by Margaret Moser
"...As a producer, he took home a 2002 WC Handy Blues Award for Marcia Ball's Presumed Innocent and produced Circle by Native American rockers Indigenous, a Jazz/Blues winner in the Native American Music Awards. And as a songwriter, he's written with Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimmie Vaughan as well as with his son, Doyle..."

This Magic Moment
15 Years of the Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 7, 1997, by Andy Langer
"...Fifteen years ago Lou Ann Barton and Paul Ray opened the first Austin Music Awards at Club Foot by presenting a batch of honors to Austin music's Class of 1982. Next week, at the Austin Music Hall, Paul Ray will again emcee, while Barton is due to perform with Jimmie Vaughan (a previous winner as part of the Fabulous Thunderbirds that very first year)..."

Blood and Memories
Music Story  April 8, 1999, by Margaret Moser
"...There's one memory of Stevie Ray Vaughan so powerful it comes to my mind whenever his name is evoked. A blues guitarist was onstage playing at the original Antone's some forgotten night around 1975 -- Albert Collins, maybe, Luther Allison? Buddy Guy, Fenton Robinson, whoever it was I don't recall, not because it was insignificant, but rather because I was watching Stevie..."

Playback: 35 Years of Chronicle Music Covers
We wade through the roughly 300 issues stamped with the mug of a musician
Music Column  September 1, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Greatest hits include lead-off batter and Brownsville native Kris Kristofferson being profiled by future George W. Bush adviser Mark McKinnon; Stevie Ray Vaughan's two identical covers; Daniel Johnston illustrating his own profile; Doug Sahm and Clifford Antone memorial issues; Alejandro Escovedo's record-setting eight covers; a SXSW staging of Gary Clark Jr., Black Joe Lewis, and Brannen Temple posing as businessmen while their 13th Floor Elevators operator Roky Erickson looks on; and Billy Joe Shaver baptized in Barton Springs...."

Decade Awards
Music Story  March 17, 2000
"...Musician of the Decade1. Stevie Ray Vaughan 2..."

Blue Monday
Antone's Blue Mondays continues, 25 years later.
Music Story  December 29, 2000, by Margaret Moser
"...Clark and Angela Strehli. He recalls that Jimmie Vaughan's Storm set the precedent for Blue Mondays back then, holding down a weekly gig for nearly five years at the One Knite, the predecessor of Stubb's...."

SRV Estate Inventory
Music Story  October 6, 1995
"...STEPHEN RAY VAUGHAN, [[section]]..."

35 Years of the Austin Music Awards
Living in a dream
Features Story  March 2, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...Fabulous Thunderbirds, LeRoi Brothers, and Angela Strehli guaranteed a fiery showcase for a genre taking up the gauntlet after Nelson’s outlaw country of the Seventies. Then Stevie Ray Vaughan called just prior to the date to ask if his band could play a surprise set..."

The Rebirth of Doyle Bramhall II
For his first solo LP in 15 years, Eric Clapton’s top lieutenant may have put out the blues album of 2016
Music Story  November 17, 2016, by Alejandra Ramirez
"...Slipping in and out of multiple modes – producer, singer, songwriter, sideman – the Dallas-born guitarist, 47, began his journeyman's path as a rhythm stringer for the Fabulous Thunderbirds at the age of 18. Soon thereafter, in 1992, he and Charlie Sexton took up the reins of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan's rhythm section, Double Trouble (bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton), and formed the Arc Angels, a hit act for Geffen Records...."

Chairman of the Board
Antone's Blue Monday boss Derek O'Brien keeps the music alive and blue
Music Story  April 25, 2014, by Margaret Moser
"...Despite the Dallas-reared mainstay preferring to keep his profile low and credits extensive, there's one irrefutable fact about his local tenure of nearly 40 years: Derek O'Brien ranks alongside Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Denny Freeman, and Bill Campbell as Austin's chairmen of the board – blues guitar division. James Cotton's Colored Socks..."

To C-Boy, With Love
Continental Club maverick Steve Wertheimer pays tribute to his mentor – with a nightclub
Music Story  January 31, 2014, by Michael Corcoran
"...Dressed in a white suit jacket that matched white eyeglass frames, Wertheimer was more guide than host on opening night, returning again and again to old pictures on the wall around a heart-shaped mirror. There reside photographs of the Fabulous Thunderbirds and Stevie Ray Vaughan, playing a small stage in a packed club on West 29th, where Texas French Bread is now...."

Page Two: More Stars Than There Are in Heaven
Honoring those who helped create, and now tend, the legacy of Clifford Antone
Columns  June 2, 2006, by Louis Black
"...It's also for Derek O'Brien, Angela Strehli, Charlie Sexton, Paul and Diana Ray, Jimmie Vaughan, Sue Foley, Kim Wilson, Joe Ely, Denny Freeman, Riley Osborn, Bob Schneider, Lou Ann Barton, Ray Benson, Connie Hancock, and Marcia Ball. It's for Ian Moore, Will Sexton, Doyle Bramhalls I & II, Mike Judge, Miss Lavelle White, Gary Clark Jr., and the Keller Brothers..."

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
Texas Platters
Music Review  November 1, 2002, by Jim Caligiuri
"...StevIe Ray Vaughan & Double TroubleThe Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble (Epic/Legacy) There will be no complaining this time. Seems that every autumn welcomes a new Stevie Ray Vaughan collection, even though the local blues legend has been dead since 1990..."

Ain't Messin 'Round
Gary Clark Jr. kisses the sky
Music Story  October 12, 2012, by Michael Corcoran
"..."There are certain things that can't be taught," says Jimmie Vaughan, who brought Clark to the attention of Eric Clapton, a major figure in the young bluesman's rise. "You either get it or you don't, and even as a 13-year-old, Gary got it..."

Ten Fingers
Denny Freeman's 40-year Austin arc
Music Story  December 2, 2011, by Bill Bentley
"...I got sidetracked on the "Fifty Fingers" story and moved to Los Angeles instead, but for me there's an aura surrounding Freeman to this day. He went on to become a foundation of Austin music, playing in Storm with Jimmie Vaughan, forming the Cobras with Paul Ray (an early vehicle for Stevie Ray Vaughan), and being featured in groups with Angela Strehli and Lou Ann Barton before moving to California to work with Taj Mahal's Phantom Blues Band and then five years playing lead guitar in Bob Dylan's group..."

Tommy Shannon
'I Live in Trios'
Music Story  April 13, 2007, by Margaret Moser
"...Though he's known for playing in two of rock's most famous trios, Johnny Winter and Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Tommy Shannon has distinguished his résumé by playing in six trios throughout his lifetime. That's why when asked to comment on his experience, his reply is quick: "Oh yeah! I live in trios!"..."

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
Reissues
Music Review  February 15, 2013, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double TroubleTexas Flood Legacy Edition (Epic/Legacy)..."

Texas in the Title
Music Story  November 28, 2003, by Greg Beets
"...While the album failed to break Tucker as a rock artist, it did spawn a lasting country classic with "Texas (When I Die)." Tucker realizes she may not go to heaven when she dies, but as long as the Almighty lets her go to Texas, she won't complain. 19 "Good Texan," the Vaughan Brothers Songwriters: Nile Rodgers, Jimmie Vaughan Year Released: 1990 Highest Billboard Chart Position: none "Do it to me like I know you could, so I can do it to you baby like a Texan should." The grand tradition of Lone Star braggadocio reaches a new level of macho oafishness with this lyric..."

Dancing About Architecture
Stevie Ray Vaughan box set hits stands and controversary
Music Column  December 15, 2000, by Ken Lieck
"...Stevie Ray Vaughan fans may be sighing with relief now that the long-awaited SRV box set is finally a reality (see this week's Music feature), but Vaughan's former manager Chesley Milliken is making some altogether different noises. "It's the Hendrix Syndrome," he declares..."

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