Jimmie Vaughan Trio Tickets
Jimmie Vaughan Trio tour dates
The Jimmie Vaughan Trio blues rock band brought together famed musicians Jimmie Vaughan, Mike Flanigin and Barry "Frosty" Smith for a live performance at the C-Boy's Heart and Soul club in Austin, Texas, in 2017. Frosty Smith passed away shortly after the recording, but the band has continued on with live performances from Mike Flanigin, George Rains and guest Delbert McClinton. Featuring bluesy covers of famous songs, the Jimmie Vaughan Trio offers a fun, loose and extemporaneous experience. Catch the band live near you; grab your Jimmie Vaughan Trio tickets at StubHub.
Jimmie Vaughan Trio background
Frontman Jimmie Vaughan made his name throughout the 1970s and 1980s as an important figure in the modern blues revival. He formed his first band, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, in 1974, which released seven albums in total. He then teamed up with his famous younger brother, Stevie Ray Vaughan, for the album Family Style in 1990. Vaughan's successful solo career began in 1994 with the release of Strange Pleasure. He has won four Grammy Awards, including the Contemporary Blues Recording and Rock Instrumental Performance awards in 1990 for his work on Family Style, then the Rock Instrumental Performance award in 1996 for the song "SRV Shuffle" and finally, the Traditional Blues Album award in 2001 for Do You Get the Blues? Mike Flanigin and George Rains, both of whom have built successful careers, round out the Jimmie Vaughan Trio. Flanigin, known for his work with the Hammond B3 organ, has performed alongside musical legends such as Eric Clapton, Willie Nelson and Steve Miller. George Rains, a famous blues drummer, has worked with Jimmie Vaughan since 1993.
Jimmie Vaughan Trio songs
The trio's lone album, Live at C-Boy's, includes the following tracks (among others): "You Can't Sit Down," best known as a hit song from The Dovells; "Cleo's Mood," created by Motown saxophonist Junior Walker; "Frame for the Blues" from jazz trumpeter and bandleader Maynard Ferguson; "St. James Infirmary Blues," which was made famous by Louis Armstrong; "Can't Buy Me Love," which was composed by Paul McCartney; and "Come on Rock Little Girl" from Smokey Smothers.
Similar to the Jimmie Vaughan Trio
Fans of the Jimmie Vaughan Trio might want to check out blues rock singer and songwriter Guy Forsyth, whose fusion of pop, rock, jazz and folk has won several Austin Music Awards. Guy Forsyth has opened for Jimmie Vaughan, as well as Ray Charles, B.B. King and Lucinda Williams.
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