32 Years Ago, Stevie Ray Vaughan Rocked Out To “Couldn’t Stand The Weather”

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Music by Chanel Adams on December 6, 2017

Stevie Ray Vaughan is one of the most influential guitarists in the world. His career spanned seven years and he was influential in the revival of blues music in the 1980s. Thirty-two years ago, Stevie Ray Vaughan hit every note when he performed “Can’t Stand The Weather” at the Capitol Theater in Passaic, New Jersey.

It was on September 21, 1985, when the legendary musician and songwriter took the stage. Even 27 years after his death, fans have been watching this video and commenting. There are few guitarists who have come close to what he’s done. Thankfully, for his fans, this video lives and thrives on the Internet.

This is one of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s best performances. Look through YouTube and you’ll see many performances. He rocked out during his 6-minute performance of “Can’t Stand The Weather.” Stevie and his band put on an incredible show that has made fans cuss — in a good way. You can feel the energy between Stevie and his band, which makes it addicting to watch.

Source: YouTube
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