Stevie Ray Vaughan – Tin Pan Alley

In the Beginning is the second live album by Stevie (Ray) Vaughan and Double Trouble (the stage name at that time did not include Vaughan’s middle name). While the album was released about two years after Vaughan’s death in 1990, the actual performance took place on April 1, 1980 at Steamboat 1874 in Austin, Texas, and was broadcast live on KLBJ-FM radio. A 25-year-old Vaughan, still more than three years away from the release of his first studio album, performs with his “Double Trouble” bandmates: Chris Layton, drummer, and Jackie Newhouse, bassist. (Newhouse was replaced by bassist Tommy Shannon in January 1981, who would remain part of Double Trouble until Stevie’s death.

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6 thoughts on “Stevie Ray Vaughan – Tin Pan Alley

  1. My #1 in that fabulous Blues style!!! He left us too early… Thank you for sharing

  2. Good memories live on.

    1. You are right! One of the best at blues rock. His memories live on in his music and thru the other greats that he worked with.

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