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The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, December 10, 1986

Page 7

Stevie set to rock the Hill

By Brian Jarvinen
After a long fall season of
blues shows, which has included
performances by Lonnie Mack
and Johnny Copeland in addition
to the great Blues Festival
featuring John Lee Hooker, the
term is coming to a close with
another superb guitarist when
Stevie Ray Vaughn comes to
Hill Auditorium tomorrow night.
No stranger to the Detroit /
Ann Arbor area, Thursday's show
will be Vaughn's fourth appear -
ance here in a year and a half,
including a show last year at Hill
Auditorium. Last February,
Vaughn and his band Double
Trouble managed to sell twenty
thousand tickets to six shows at
the Royal Oak Music Theatre.
Ann Arbor's tradition of sup -
porting the blues, combined with
Vaughn's strong local attraction
should make for a receptive
crowd.
Stevie Ray Vaughn was
inspired to travel his road to
stardom by his famous brother,
Jimmy Lee Vaughn of the
Fabulous Thunderbirds. The
younger Vaughn went in and out
of bands in Austin, Texas, before
forming Double Trouble with
bass player Tommy Shannon and
drummer Chris Layton. Several
rock stars began to notice him,

w-Classic guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble will jam at Hill
Auditorium on Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

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including David Bowie, which led
to Vaughn playing on Bowie's
Serious Moonlight album,
which in turn helped get him an
Epic recording contract. The
result was Double Trouble's
1983 debut album Texas Flood,
which featured the blues-meets-
rockabilly tune "Love Struck
Baby," as well as plenty of
standard Texas blues-type stuff.
After this, Vaughn hit the road
with a vengeance as an opening
act for various groups, including
The Moody Blues, for whom he
opened a show at Crisler Arena a
few years ago. Eventually he
began headlining his own shows,
and he has pretty much been on
the road ever since.
In 1984 Vaughn released his
second album, Couldn't Stand the
Weather, which included more
distinct classics, including the
title track and a cover of Jimi
Hendrix's "Voodoo Chile (Slight
Return)." This led to more
touring, until 1985 when he
released Soul to Soul. This
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with the help of his new
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could still move in new
directions within the blues frame -
work he was known for.
All this set the stage for last
year's September show at Hill
Auditorium, about two months
after the release of Soul to Soul.
See STEVIE, Page 9

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The Ann Arbor Cantata Singers
FESTIVAL CHRISTMAS VIII
Dr. Bradley R. Bloom, music director
Sunday, December 14, 1986 4:00 p.m.
Bethlehem United Church of Christ
423 S. Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor
In Venisti enim Gratiam....................... Tomds Luis de Victoria
Ein Kind ist uns Geboren............................ Heinrich Schut
Le Sommeil du Petit .................................. F.A. Gavaert
Quem Vidistis Pastores ............................ Hans Leo Hassler
Hark the Herald Angels Sing..........................audience carol
Gloria ...............................................John Rutter
Heilig ..........................................Felix Mendelssohn
O Come All Ye Faithful ..............................audience carol
Silent Night ...................................... G. Puerling, arr.
Zither Carol...................................... M. Sargent, arr.
Good King Wenceslas ............................ R. Jacques, arr.
In the Bleak Mid-Winter ............................... Gustav Holst

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