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Texas Story Podcast

By Bullock Texas State History Museum

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iTunes Ratings

5 Ratings
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iTunes Ratings

5 Ratings
Average Ratings
4
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Warning: This podcast has less than 10 episodes.

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Top 10 Episode of Texas Story Podcast

Rank #1: Episode 5 // Stevie Ray Vaughan: A Texas Story Podcast

Jun 08 2017
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Evan brings the podcast to a close reviewing the lasting impact of Stevie Ray's music and his generous spirit and its effect on newer generations of musicians and fans.

Rank #2: Episode 4 // Stevie Ray Vaughan: A Texas Story Podcast

Jun 01 2017
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Tommy Shannon and Chris Layton reflect on Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble's rise to international recognition (due in part to their discovery by David Bowie and Jackson Browne) and the tragic event that cut Stevie's life short at the age of 35.

Rank #3: Episode 3 // Stevie Ray Vaughan: A Texas Story Podcast

May 25 2017
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Jimmie Vaughan, Joe Nick Patoski, and Dr. Gary Hartman weave a tale of Austin in the 1970s, a musically liberal haven where club owners like Clifford Antone cultivated a blues revival.

Rank #4: Episode 2 // Stevie Ray Vaughan: A Texas Story Podcast

May 18 2017
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Evan explores Stevie's influences and discovers that Texas developed its own style of the blues. Blues scholars, music writers, Double Trouble, and Stevie's older brother, Jimmie Vaughan, provide anecdotes and insights.

Rank #5: Episode 1 // Stevie Ray Vaughan: A Texas Story Podcast

May 11 2017
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The journey begins to discover Stevie Ray Vaughan’s iconic Texas blues music by talking with some of the people who knew him, including his band mates from Double Trouble.