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In honor of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s birthday, the Trail Conservancy in Austin, TX, is holding a celebration today at the SRV Memorial Statue that is free and open to the public. Visit today from 4-6:30PM local time at the base of Stevie’s statue.
For more information about the event, visit TheTrailConservancy.org.
On Saturday April 22, the small city of Cockrell Hill — tucked into Dallas nearby Vaughan’s Oak Cliff neighborhood — unveiled Stevie Ray Vaughan Park to coincide with Earth Day.
The new park includes a stage, a grassy knoll and parking spots for food trucks. Near the manicured lawn, there’s a realistic painted mural depicting photos of the Vaughan brothers through the years.
One of the photos is of Jimmie’s first band, the Swinging Pendulums. A young Stevie is on the stage. Written on the stage below the band are the words, “Cockrell Hill Jubilee.”
Read more at TPR.org.
Stevie Ray Vaughan Park will have its grand opening this Saturday, April 22 from 2-9PM in Cockrell Hill, Texas! Get more details about this free event at CityOfCockrellHill.us.
The new Vaughan Brothers documentary film Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan: Brothers in Blues is now available for streaming on all major platforms in the U.S. and Canada. It tells the story of Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan by those who knew them best: brother Jimmie, Eric Clapton, Nile Rodgers, Jackson Browne, Billy Gibbons and their early band mates. Visit BrothersInBluesDoc.com to choose your platform to watch the film.