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Who was Stevie Ray Vaughans band?

Who was Stevie Ray Vaughans band?

Double Trouble1978 – 1990
The Penthouse 5
Stevie Ray Vaughan/Music groups

Who was the drummer for Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble?

Chris LaytonSince 1978
Jack MooreSince 1978
Double Trouble/Drummers
Christopher Layton (born November 16, 1955), also known as “Whipper”, is an American drummer who rose to fame as one of the founding members of Double Trouble, a blues rock band led by Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Who gave up their seat for Stevie Ray Vaughan?

Eric Clapton
Vaughan, who appeared in concert on Sunday night at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre outside Milwaukee with fellow guitar hero Eric Clapton, took the final seat on the five-seat helicopter that crashed around 1 a.m. into an East Troy, Wis., ski hill that was obscured by dense fog.

Where is Stevie Ray Vaughan?

Dallas, Texas, United States
Stevie Ray Vaughan/Place of birth

Born in Dallas, Texas, in 1954, Vaughan took up the guitar at age 7. In 1972, he dropped out of high school and relocated to Austin where he began playing paying gigs and in 1978 formed the band Double Trouble.

What is Double Trouble doing now?

Since Vaughan’s death, Double Trouble has continued in various capacities, releasing a studio album in 2001 and acting as a session band for blues and local Austin musicians.

How do you spell double trouble?

Definition of double-trouble.

Who are the members of the band Double Trouble?

The group was active throughout the 1980s and contributed to reviving the blues, inspiring many later blues and rock musicians. Formed in Austin, Texas, by 1985 the group consisted of Vaughan, Chris Layton (drums), Tommy Shannon (bass), and eventually Reese Wynans (keyboards).

When did Double Trouble release their first album?

In 2001, they released a new studio album as Double Trouble, entitled Been a Long Time, on Tone-Cool Records in 2001. This album featured appearances from Doyle Bramhall, Lou Ann Barton, Reese Wynans, Jonny Lang, Willie Nelson, Dr. John, and Jimmie Vaughan. The album hit #1 on the U.S. Blues charts and peaked at #126 on the Billboard 200.

When did Stevie Ray Vaughan join Double Trouble?

Formed in 1979 with drummer Chris Layton and bassist Jackie Newhouse, Stevie Ray Vaughan fronted the band which he named Double Trouble. The band was joined in 1981 by bass player Tommy Shannon & 1985 by keyboardist Reese Wynans. Stevie Ray Vaughan tragically died on August 27, 1990 in a… read more

When did Texas Flood by Double Trouble Come Out?

After recording at Browne’s studio in November 1982 that yielded the release of Texas Flood, producer John H. Hammond signed the band to Epic Records in March 1983. Released in June, Texas Flood peaked at #38 on the Billboard 200 and initially sold over half a million copies.