Many people who grew up in DFW claim to have known Stevie Ray or Jimmy Vaughan for a long time. Sadly, with the recent release of a new documentary about their lives and careers, most of these people will only find out how little impact they really had on the legendary musician’s life. . The film is currently streaming on multiple platforms.
‘Brothers in Blues’ tells the story of Stevie Ray and Jimmy Vaughan, from his early days in Oak Cliff to his tragic death. The film was directed by Kirby Warnock, who also directed the music documentary When Dallas Rocked. According to Guitar World, the film also features interviews with Jackson Browne, Billy Gibbons, Nile Rodgers and Eric Clapton.
“When I first heard Stevie Ray, I thought, ‘Whoever this is, he’s going to rock the world,'” Clapton said. The film is currently available on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and YouTube Movies. For fans of these DFW icons, this is a must-see.
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