Jimmie will start touring at the end of March with show dates leading all the way up to Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2013 at Madison Square Garden, NYC, April 12th and 13th.
More dates will be added soon. For Jimmie Vaughan merchandise, please visit www.jimmievaughan.com
See Greyhounds tear it up each Wednesday – 10:30pm upstairs at The Continental Club Gallery holding down their regular Wednesday Residency. Next gig WED 3/27.
Greyhounds new EPK here: GREYHOUNDS EPK
Lou Ann Barton continues to tour with Jimmie Vaughan as the featured vocalist. They’re heading out end of March to make their way up to Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival in NYC at Madison Square Garden.
Luther Wolf is proud to announce that Lou Ann Barton’s albums are being reissued on New West Records.
Dreams Come True - Marcia Ball, Lou Ann Barton and Angela Strehli
Read My Lips – Lou Ann Barton
Old Enough – Lou Ann Barton
Friday, July 20, 2012 – Jimmie Vaughan & The Tilt A Whirl Band
What: Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan’s vintage Stratocasters featured in special exhibit, Texas Music Roadtrip.
Where: The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
When: Public Opening March 17th 9am – 6pm
The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum will debut its 28th Special Exhibition, Texas Music Roadtrip, at SXSW.
The prize exhibits are the guitars Jimmie Vaughan and younger brother Stevie Ray played on the historic records that did so much to establish the contemporary Texas blues sound.
“Mine is the white one that I used on all the Fabulous Thunderbird records and I also made Strange Pleasure with it,” says Jimmie. “It’s a ’63. I customized it a little bit. I put a new neck on it and back then you couldn’t get pickups so you had to scavenge them.”
“Stevie’s guitar is the one they call Number One. That’s the guitar he played on Texas Flood and all that stuff. He played that one forever.”
Jimmie has kept the guitars in safe keeping and has turned down requests to show them until now.
“I quit taking the white guitar on the road because I was afraid someone would steal it,” says Jimmie. “The Museum came to me and asked if I’d let them use these two guitars for their display. I’d never shown them before although I’ve allowed them to be photographed.”
The exhibit is open from March 17th to October 14th, 2012.
The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
1800 N. Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78711