Check out the video clip below from 1983, showing Stevie Ray Vaughan perform an improvised 12-bar blues on a road-worn vintage Gibson acoustic.
"One hundred percent Vaughan,tubeybite, lots of attack, warm—extremely fat and thick but still has top-end bite."
The song, which packs a dangerous kick, also features plenty of tasty Fender-fueled guitar work by Vaughan, who happens to be Jimmie Vaughan's son and Stevie Ray Vaughan's nephew.
In the late Eighties, Miller Lite beer, in an attempt to boost sales, planned a publicity stunt in Texas. It was dubbed the “Biggest Party In History.”
Stevie Ray Vaughan’s rhythm playing was as strong as his lead work, a fact that is evident on “Pride and Joy,” the first single from Texas Flood, his 1983 debut album with Double Trouble.