You can learn how to play Pride And Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughan!

Stevie Ray Vaughan’s popularity and commercial success was a large part of the blues revival in the 80s.

Stevie’s big break came when he played on the massive David Bowie single Let’s Dance (produced by guitarist Nile Rodgers) and released Texas Flood, his debut album, in the same year.

SRV’s two main influences are Albert King and Eric Clapton.

His song Pride & Joy, which you can learn how to play using the video lesson above, has become a standard among guitar teachers the world over.


Pride And Joy – Lyrics

Well you’ve heard about love givin’ sight to the blind
My baby lovin’ cause the sun to shine
She’s my sweet little thang
She’s my pride and joy

Go to Pride And Joy – Lyrics.


Stevie Ray Vaughan – Biography

Launching himself in 1983 to the world with his debut album Texas Flood and simultaneously appearing on David Bowie’s Let’s Dance, SRV was an instant hit.

Following this up with Couldn’t Stand The Weather, Pride & Joy, and Mary Had A Little Lamb, he firmly established himself as one of the greats.

Go to Stevie Ray Vaughan – Biography.

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