Stevie Ray Brown, one of the leading blues and rock guitarists of his generation came from obscurity to enjoy a meteoric success in the early 1980s. He was a technical virtuoso who played with lightning speed and was a master of the explosive sound effects that had been pioneered by Jimi Hendrix. He dropped out of high school in his senior year to move to Austin Texas where he formed a blues group, the Cobras, in 1975. Two years later he put together a revue, Triple Threat, which remained together until 1981, when he decided to form a harder-driving rock oriented band. The new group, Double Trouble, which included Tommy Shannon on bass and Chris Layton on drums, was a powerful trio in the mold of ZZ Top. All about this famous rock icon you can read in this book that contains all essential informations.
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