This Biography is about one of the best Record Producer Stevie Ray Vaughan including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Stevie Ray Vaughan|
|Real Name||Stevie Ray Vaughan|
|Profession||Lyricists & Songwriters, Guitarists|
|Nick Name||SRV, Stevie Ray Vaugham, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Stevie Vaughan, Stivie Ray Vaughn, Stephen|
|Famous as||Musician, Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer|
|Personal life of Stevie Ray Vaughan|
|Born on||03 October 1954|
|Died At Age||35|
|Died on||27 August 1990|
|place of death||East Troy|
|Cause of Death||Accident|
|Grouping of People||Alcoholics, Died Young|
|Family Background of Stevie Ray Vaughan|
|Father||Jimmie Lee Vaughan|
|Mother||Martha Jean Vaughan|
|Education||Justin F. Kimball High School|
|Awards||1985 – Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Performance 1990 – Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Performance 1991 – Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Performance
1991 – Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance 1993 – Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album 1993 – Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance 1983 – Austin Music Award for Album of the Year 1984 – Austin Music Award for Album of the Year 1985 – Austin Music Award for Album of the Year 1989 – Austin Music Award for Album of the Year 1989 – Austin Music Award for Best Single 1989 – Austin Music Award for Song of the Year 1990 – Austin Music Award for Best Single 1990 – Austin Music Award for Song of the Year 1990 – Austin Music Award for Album of the Year 1991 – Austin Music Award for Album of the Year 1984 – W. C. Handy Award for Entertainer of the Year 1984 – W. C. Handy Award for Instrumentalist of the Year 1985 – W. C. Handy Award for Instrumentalist of the Year 2000 – W. C. Handy Award for Blues Album of the Year 2000 – W. C. Handy Award for Contemporary Blues Album of the Year
|Personal Fact of Stevie Ray Vaughan|
Stephen Stevie Ray Vaughan was an American musician, singer, lyricist and record producer, who is better known as the lead singer of the eighties rock band from Texas, Double Trouble. Although, he had a short-lived musical career of only seven years yet Vaughan became the master of blues rock during his time and earned many awards and recognition for it. He belonged to a middle class family and music was his only passion since childhood; it was also his only solace and salvage from his father’s abusive behavior.
He started out in Austin by playing sporadic gigs with garage bands until he found his own band called Double Trouble. The band was first recognized by Mick Jagger and gained popularity when they signed a professional contract with the Epic records. The band had a good run for at least three years with three great albums like Texas Flood, Soul to Soul, etc.
Until Vaughan started getting seriously affected by his cocaine and alcohol addiction. But he conquered his weakness for the drugs and came out clean and successful with his album In Step (1989), which also fetched the band their first Grammy award. A year after that Vaughan died an untimely death in a chopper crash.
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