A new documentary about the remarkable careers of blues guitar legends (and brothers) Jimmy Ray Vaughan and Stevie Ray Vaughan is now available to stream.
brothers in blues It tells the story of a brother from his birth in Oak Cliff, Texas, to the tragic death of Stevie Ray Vaughan in a helicopter crash in 1990. The director is Kirby Warnock, who has previously directed music documentaries centered around Dallas. when dallas rocks.
in the middle, brothers in blues The book features interviews with electric guitar luminaries such as Jackson Browne, Billy Gibbons, Nile Rodgers and Eric Clapton, and Stevie Ray Vaughan was once more respected than any other guitarist. “I was ordered,” he said.
“When I first heard Stevie Ray, I thought, ‘Whoever this is, he’s going to rock the world,'” Clapton once said of Vaughan. “I remember being in the car and thinking I should find out who the guitarist was before the day was over. It doesn’t happen to me very often.
“I remember being fascinated by the fact that he never seemed to get lost at all…as if he didn’t take a breath or pause to think about where he was going next, just do it.” seemed to flow out of him.It will be a long time before such a wonderful person appears again.”
in an interview with louder Earlier this year, Jimmy Vaughan spoke candidly about his deep connection with his brother and the struggle to move on after the fatal accident.
“I was pretty lost,” recalls Elder Vaughan. “It took me a while to realize that I had to move on and live my life. It shouldn’t be something.”
Jimmy and Stevie Ray Vaughan: Brothers in Blues Available now on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, and YouTube Movies.
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