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Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble- In Step 30th Anniversary

If you run the numbers of the Summer 1989 album In Step   by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, just the mere facts are impressive. In Step   was the Texas trio’s fourth studio album, but their first after Vaughan’s collapse and near death from substance abuse while on tour in Germany had forced […]

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Joe Bonamassa- Best So Far

Joe Bonamassa may mine a musical vein stretching way back into the field hollers of 19th century African slaves picking cotton, but his social media promo machine is pure 21st century. Here is Joe Bonamassa In the Studio. Just in case you have not been  paying attention since the beginning of the twenty-first century- like […]

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John Hiatt- Tennessee Plates- 3-93 Dallas

Now that Randy Newman has been inducted, here’s my nomination for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the most deserving American songwriter working today: John Hiatt. Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton and B.B.King, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Joe Cocker, Iggy Pop, Dave Edmunds, Gregg Allman, Willie Nelson, Buddy Guy, Delbert McClinton, & the late Jeff […]

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Arcangels-Living in a Dream-Austin

One of the nicest musical surprises of 1992 had to be the Arcangels album, which paired dual singer/songwriter/guitarist frontmen Charlie Sexton and Doyle Bramhall II with  Hall of Fame inductees Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon, Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Double Trouble rhythm section. Since that album debut there have been several one-off reunion shows, and even […]

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Charlie Sexton-Wishing Tree-Dallas May 1995

Austin Texas-based musician Charlie Sexton‘s career arc resembles more an electrocardiogram, with stops as a Bob Dylan protege, solo in the mid-’80s, then the probably too-good-to-last Arcangels with Double Trouble’s Chris Layton, Tommy Shannon, plus Eric Clapton acolyte Doyle Bramhall II. But Charlie Sexton can write and sing with just the most basic of accompaniment […]