1985 was an intriguing year for music; from the growing influence of the rock underground, to a growing class of idiosyncratic songwriters, to the beginnings of thrash metal.
We've already seen Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" played on a sax ... why not Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Rude Mood" played on piano?
When Guitar World turned 30 in 2010, it did it in style ... with a list, of course! Here are the most significant and memorable moments of guitar from 1980 to 2010.
Guitar World celebrates the 30 greatest recordings of Stevie Ray Vaughan—from “Texas Flood” to “Riviera Paradise”…from “Couldn’t Stand the Weather” to “The Sky Is Crying.”
Feeling a little down and out? There’s no better soundtrack for your mood than the blues. Here we rounded up an inspiring assembly of guitar masters really laying it down on acoustic guitar.
Although HBO won't broadcast Saturday night's 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony till May 30, we Stevie Ray Vaughan fans are in luck.
For someone who spent a mere seven and a half years as a heavy player on the world stage, Texas guitar-slinger Stevie Ray Vaughan left behind a wealth of recorded material—and one hell of a legacy.
One of the most important electric blues artists of the 20th century, Stevie Ray Vaughan revived blues rock and influenced guitarists across many genres with his fiery, soulful playing.