In 1994, Austin decided to erect a statue honoring the late musician, Stevie Ray Vaughan and denizens overwhelmingly chose ... More
Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue
In 1994, Austin decided to erect a statue honoring the late musician, Stevie Ray Vaughan and denizens overwhelmingly chose Auditorium Shores as the perfect spot. Vaughn's lyrical and guitar work has charmed many ears and hearts in this music-oriented city which faces the Austin skyline. Ten years after his death, a steady progression of locals and visitors leave momentous to this great performer. Stop by and pay your respects to a beloved Austin music legend.
i simply said i would love to see Stevie Ray's satue and she said lets go and she did not know of Stevie Ray other than me talking about him and she was ready to go simply by me saying i wanted to go Stephanie is the greatest wife ever.My wife is the greatest love of my life and Stevie is the greatest music love of my life my wife was ready to goto his statue just because i said somethining about Stevie And she knows how much I Love Him.
I was there at 1st viewing. It was great to see the unveiling. Stevie's family & Double Trouble in attendance; Next to the stage area for Austin Aqua & T-Bird river fests. home of many SRV shows.
.Town Lake is a great spot. Across the street Roller Derby too.at Palmer Event Center..
We were down in San Antonio, Texas on vacation. I saw the signs for Austin, Texas. I asked the family if they would mind taking a detour to see the Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue. They reluctantly agreed but they knew it would mean a lot to me. I took a chance and found it because of the skyline of the buildings that I saw in pictures of the statue. I also knew it was by Town Lake. I am a big Stevie Ray Vaughan fan and have seen pictures of the statue many times. It was worth it. The statue of Stevie is in a park-like setting near the water. Lots of activity with people jogging and walking their dogs. I would go back but it is so far from my home. I would recommend that any Stevie Ray Vaughan fan check it out if they are near Austin, Texas.
I like the sense of Stevie Ray Vaughan still having an Essance around his home land. Also I didn't Know He was so big in Texas... The amount of people that visited his statue was increadible for someone who isn't that well known in Europe.
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