Stevie Ray Vaughan`s Righteous Ass Roadie

Submitted by: ElectricEye 3 years ago in Entertainment

SRV needs a guitar swap mid-song and the roadie makes sure he doesn"t miss a beat.
There are 18 comments:
Male 5,626
Look at that! Musicians who actually play on stage!
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Male 3,289
Good roadies are as synchronized and precise as a NASCAR crew- this guy is/was one of the good ones.
SRV is g-o-o-d music.
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Male 186
I`ve seen some good roadies, but damn that was smooth!
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Male 5,872
Pure teamwork at it`s best.
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Male 7,031

Stevie`s solos were a perfect combination of raunch and style. Always a pleasure.
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Male 7,774
Shows how even the top stars need a top crew behind them.
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Male 1,497
That man is a ninja.
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Male 146
RobSwindol.... STFU and go listen to your Beiber and Miley albums because you obviously do not know what talent and good music are!!
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Male 4,593
RobSwindol, I disagree with your assessment of SRV.

While I think he did have his own sound, like most guitarists, I`m not agreeing with your statement that he was a chump nor do I think all his songs sounded the same. I`m more along the lines of him being a very talented, ground-breaking musician that set a new level for the industry. But that`s just me.
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Male 4,745
One of the greatest guitarists that ever lived. RIP Stevie.
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Male 3,908
Badass guitar tech is badass
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Male 2,528
Stevie Ray was a chump. Did all of his songs really need to sound exactly alike?
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Male 3,343
You think they rehearsed it?
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Male 3,060
UGH!!! Why did you have to get on that helicopter to Chicago?
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Female 592
From Austin with love Stevie Ray, you always rocked.
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Male 1,237
Like a boss
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Male 2,729
Link: Stevie Ray Vaughan`s Righteous Ass Roadie [Rate Link] - SRV needs a guitar swap mid-song and the roadie makes sure he doesn`t miss a beat.
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