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Giants of Texas Blues Guitar
Part One
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Godfather of the Blues Revival
Albert Collins
Master of the Telecaster
Jimmie Vaughan
Contemporary, yet Classic
Freddie King
35 Years After His Death, Texas Cannonball
Still Recognized For Greatness & Influence
Smokin’ Joe Kubek
Keeping Texas Blues Burning for Four Decades
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown
“8 Trick Pony” he could do it all AND smoke a pipe!
Johnny Winter
“It’s all about the Blues!”
“Texas” Johnny Brown
“Two Steps from the Blues”
T-Bone Walker
The Architect of Electric Blues Guitar
Guitar Shorty
Five Decades and Still Delivers
Sam “Lightning” Hopkins
The Blues Class Clown
“Pee Wee” Crayton
Blues After Hours
Johnny Moeller
Stephen Bruton
Gone But Not Forgotten
Chris Duarte
Texas Sugar
Carolyn Wonderland
Lone Star Lassie
Dave Herrero
ChiTexian Blues
Anson Funderburgh
The Rocket is still flying

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Motor City Shakedown
Aces Alley

Voice of the Wetlands
Black Tide Report

Windy City Blues Society

On The Road
New York City
New Orleans
San Diego
Kansas City
West Coast
Northern Michigan

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SRV and Albert Collins.
Photos by Robert Jr Whitall

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Muddy Waters 8-09
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Stevie Ray Vaughn 6-09
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