Stevie Ray Vaughan Plays 12-String Acoustic Guitar on MTV Unplugged
Stevie Ray Vaughan Plays 12-String Acoustic on MTV Unplugged (1990)
You know Stevie Ray Vaughan as a legend on the electric guitar, but have you ever seen him play an acoustic?
Check out this clip from an early MTV Unplugged set in 1990!
Stevie Ray Vaughan dispensing some spectacular blues enchantment on a 12-string Guild as a major aspect of an MTV Unplugged scene from 1990.
Stevie Ray Vaughan was born on October 3, 1954, in Dallas, Texas. He played guitar as a tyke and progressed toward becoming the lead vocalist for the Texas band Double Trouble, which prompted work with David Bowie and Jackson Browne. He had hit collections with his band before the 1989 arrival of In Step, for which he earned a Grammy. He likewise recorded with his sibling Jimmy. SRV died in a late-night helicopter crash on August 27, 1990, at the age of 35.
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