Stevie Ray Vaughan – Hideaway

Stevie Ray Vaughan – Hideaway | Society Of Rock Videos

Stevie takes a classic and shakes it up!

Written by former pianist and A&R man at Federal Records, Freddie King– suggested the song was inspired by a Hound Dog Taylor song, “Taylor’s Boogie“.” “At that time me and Sam was playing at Mel’s Hideaway… That’s where Freddie King’s “Hide Away” comes from. We stole it from Hound Dog Taylor, and Freddie King stole it from us. It used to be our theme song.”

Although SRV can’t take credit for the writing of the song, he definitely took it, shook it up, and added a bluesy touch and feel that only he was capable of. He is easily considered one of the most influential blues musicians of our time.

“A rocking powerhouse of a guitarist who gave blues a burst of momentum in the ’80s, with influence still felt long after his tragic death.”

I can’t think of a better way to describe him. His edgy and timeless guitar solos, blues notes, and dirty licks are something that will forever set him apart.

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