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Texas Flood Blues T-Shirt – SRV Style

$15.00

Texas Flood Blues T-Shirt – SRV Style – Mojohand.com

Front print on a high quality, navy blue cotton tee. The Blues song made famous by Stevie Ray Vaughan… this tee features soft printing with a vintage Texas License plate, complete with SRV’s birthday in the corners! This is a Mojohand exclusive and original design. Ships Worldwide.

Free shipping on all orders over $35 in the continental USA

©Mojohand.com –  Everything Blues™ The one man Blues boutique celebrating over 20 years in service of the Blues!

Foreign orders have a one time surcharge for the entire order, check your country charge by clicking the shipping button at the bottom of the page

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  • This song was written and originally recorded by Arkansas Bluesman Larry Davis in 1958.
  • The album Texas Flood catapulted Vaughan to international fame. On August 27, 1990 Vaughan was killed in a helicopter crash after performing with Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray and his brother Jimmie Vaughan. He was 36
  • “Texas Flood” is a classic blues song written and originally performed by Larry Davis in 1958. The song has since become a staple in the blues genre, with countless artists covering it over the years. One of the most notable covers is by the late Stevie Ray Vaughan, who adopted “Texas Flood” as his signature song. Vaughan’s version is widely regarded as one of the greatest blues guitar performances of all time, cementing his place as one of the greatest guitarists in history.Vaughan’s rendition of “Texas Flood” showcases his incredible guitar skills, with lightning-fast solos and emotive playing that perfectly captures the raw, passionate essence of the blues. The song has become synonymous with Vaughan’s legacy, and remains one of the most beloved blues guitar performances ever recorded. Fans of Texas blues guitar owe it to themselves to give “Texas Flood” a listen, both in its original form by Larry Davis and as interpreted by the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan.
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Texas Flood Blues T-Shirt – SRV Style

$15.00

Texas Flood Blues T-Shirt – SRV Style – Mojohand.com

Front print on a high quality, navy blue cotton tee. The Blues song made famous by Stevie Ray Vaughan… this tee features soft printing with a vintage Texas License plate, complete with SRV’s birthday in the corners! This is a Mojohand exclusive and original design. Ships Worldwide.

Free shipping on all orders over $35 in the continental USA

©Mojohand.com –  Everything Blues™ The one man Blues boutique celebrating over 20 years in service of the Blues!

Foreign orders have a one time surcharge for the entire order, check your country charge by clicking the shipping button at the bottom of the page

For more Vaughan Brothers themed items, click here

  • This song was written and originally recorded by Arkansas Bluesman Larry Davis in 1958.
  • The album Texas Flood catapulted Vaughan to international fame. On August 27, 1990 Vaughan was killed in a helicopter crash after performing with Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray and his brother Jimmie Vaughan. He was 36
  • “Texas Flood” is a classic blues song written and originally performed by Larry Davis in 1958. The song has since become a staple in the blues genre, with countless artists covering it over the years. One of the most notable covers is by the late Stevie Ray Vaughan, who adopted “Texas Flood” as his signature song. Vaughan’s version is widely regarded as one of the greatest blues guitar performances of all time, cementing his place as one of the greatest guitarists in history.Vaughan’s rendition of “Texas Flood” showcases his incredible guitar skills, with lightning-fast solos and emotive playing that perfectly captures the raw, passionate essence of the blues. The song has become synonymous with Vaughan’s legacy, and remains one of the most beloved blues guitar performances ever recorded. Fans of Texas blues guitar owe it to themselves to give “Texas Flood” a listen, both in its original form by Larry Davis and as interpreted by the legendary Stevie Ray Vaughan.