The Grammy Museum has just unveiled a special exhibit honoring one of the world's most thrilling and transcendent blues players: Pride & Joy: The Texas Blues Of Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Guest curated by Stevie's brother, Jimmie, the exhibit will run until July 2015, and is presented on the Grammy Museum's fourth floor. The museum is located at 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles. Visit the Grammy Museum online at http://www.grammymuseum.org.
“I'm excited to partner with the Grammy Museum to honor my brother and his music,” says Jimmie Vaughan. “I know Stevie’s many fans will enjoy this exhibit, as many of his personal, never-before-seen items will be on display. I hope by doing this, it will remind people of the incredible musician he was and all the music and love he gave to the world. I miss him every day."
Pride & Joy: The Texas Blues Of Stevie Ray Vaughan features several of Stevie's guitars (including his famous "Number One" Fender Stratocaster), stage outfits, handwritten lyrics, concert posters, touring items, family photographs, and more.
Here's a video of SRV Live at Montreux to remind you of how amazing a musician he was (not that you need the reminder)...