Plays More Blues, Ballads and Favorites

Jimmie Vaughan

For Jimmie Vaughan, too much of a good thing is a concept that simply doesn't exist. The legendary Texan guitar dynamo was so pleased with the response to his 2010 album "Blues, Ballads and Favorites" that he decided to follow it up with a another collection. 

Packed with 16 covers of classic tunes that are close to Vaughan's heart, the album-recorded, in his hometown of Austin, Texas-reunites Vaughan with the same cast of musicians that helped him out on the previous set. Also returning for round two, to assist with the vocals, is Lou Ann Barton, whose powerful pipes grace several tunes on this release.

PRE-ORDER NOW:

For Jimmie Vaughan, too much of a good thing is a concept that simply doesn't exist. The legendary Texan guitar dynamo was so pleased with the response to his 2010 album "Blues, Ballads and Favorites" that he decided to follow it up with a another collection. 

Packed with 16 covers of classic tunes that are close to Vaughan's heart, the album-recorded, in his hometown of Austin, Texas-reunites Vaughan with the same cast of musicians that helped him out on the previous set. Also returning for round two, to assist with the vocals, is Lou Ann Barton, whose powerful pipes grace several tunes on this release.

Available in:

CD and Digital Download

FEATURED STREAMING PARTNERS:

REVIEWS

A terrific, crackling listen and a great party album that sounds as rollicking in 2011 as it would have 50 years earlier. – Hal Horowitz, AllMusic
An old master at play. - Neil Spencer, The Guardian

you might also like: