Jimmie Vaughan LIVE From The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory 

Tom Stokes I Sports+Music I Oct. 7th 2017 The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory, Irving, TX, USA 

Hometown Icon and Texas Blues-Rock Legend Jimmie Vaughan, founder of The Fabulous Thunderbirds and incase you just fell out a tree he's the older brother of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan. Jimmie took stage to open for Lynyrd Skynyrd around 8PM on Oct 7, 2017. 

He grabbed his guitar and walked over to this old school music stand and flipped a page over. Someone yelled "We love you Jimmie" He smiled and started playing. 

The set list included;

Instrumental
Comin' and Goin'

I Ain't Never
(Webb Pierce cover)

Midnight Hour
(Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown cover)

 

Dirty Work at the Crossroads
(Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown cover)

Do the Mamma Jamma

Just a Little Bit
(Rosco Gordon cover)

with Lou Ann Barton
I'm in the Mood For You
(Annie Laurie Carleton cover) (with Lou Ann Barton)

Shake a Hand
(Faye Adams cover)

Come Love

Boom-Bapa-Boom

In the Middle of the Night

Oh Yea
(Ray Burns cover)

Rest without Barton
White Boots
(The Vaughan Brothers song)

Texas Flood
(Larry Davis cover)

The Crawl
(The Fabulous Thunderbirds song)

We Can Roll All Night Long 

Jimmie is one of the great guitar players. From the moment I discovered him and his playing, he was one of my very favorites. He's also a big part of why I am Clean and Sober today going on 27 years this December. 

Jimmie's Website 

www.jimmievaughan.com

Twitter 

Facebook 

I wrote this a couple years ago, here's the link; Tom Stokes Facebook Post 

 "As the Holidays approach I often think back how I thought it was funny how people use that as an excuse to get drunk SMH...

 

I always had a reason to get drunk ... the last few weeks been pretty trying especially with Cowboys playing like they are ha ha ...

 

I've looked for this interview with #StevieRayVaughan talking in detail about his recovery and sobriety, finally found it ... All real, all raw.

 

Stevie goes into detail about the craving and obsession of alcohol and his recovery. Several of you know about my sobriety and although I feel like there is a Higher Power that's kept me clean and sober for going on 26 years, I really was influenced by Jimmie Vaughan and Stevie Ray Vaughan at a AA meeting in South Louisiana.

 

When I met the brothers at a treatment center for a meeting and thought afterwards "Hey!! If these guys can stay clean and sober so can I" ... Enjoy the interview and be safe this Holiday season."

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