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Stevie Ray Vaughan: Lonestar 1984-1989 (2017)

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1h 48min
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Synopsis:
Documentary about the late blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan. Featuring rare archive footage, interviews and contributions from fellow musicians, the film documents Vaughan during the height of his career during the mid-1980s before his untimely death in a helicopter crash in 1990. In the mid-1970s, when Stevie Ray Vaughan first emerged as a modern blues guitarist with unparalleled ability and passion - skills which distinguished his playing from that of just about all his contemporaries - the blues world he represented had little impact in the mainstream market place. So despite his obvious gifts, he struggled to secure a record deal.
But by the time his debut album, 1983's Texas Flood, was finally released, the tide had turned and Stevie Ray not only became an international phenomenon, but was also of paramount importance in the revitalisation of the blues genre. This film traces and reveals The Full, Previously Un-Told Story Of Stevie Ray Vaughan's Glory Years, the period between the release of his debut album and his tragic death in a helicopter crash in 1989. Featuring; rare film footage, exclusive interviews with many close friends and confidantes, contributions from the industry professionals and music writers who documented SRV's career as it unfolded, seldom seen photographs and numerous other features, which together make this program the finest documentary yet on the personal life and career of Stevie Ray during his most fertile and productive era.
Actors:
Timothy Duckworth, Jim Gaines, , , , , ,
Directors:
Narrated By:
Thomas Arnold
Studio:
Plastic Head
Genres:
Documentary, Music & Musicals, Performing Arts, Special Interest
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Release Date:
Not released
Run Time:
108 minutes

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