Guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan rehearses with his band Double Trouble on Feb. 13, 1986, for a performance on Saturday Night Live in New York. Vaughan, a six-time Grammy winner, was killed in a 1990 helicopter crash at the age of 35.
Guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan rehearses with his band Double Trouble on Feb. 13, 1986, for a performance on Saturday Night Live in New York. Vaughan, a six-time Grammy winner, was killed in a 1990 helicopter crash at the age of 35. Marty Lederhandler Associated Press archives
Guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan rehearses with his band Double Trouble on Feb. 13, 1986, for a performance on Saturday Night Live in New York. Vaughan, a six-time Grammy winner, was killed in a 1990 helicopter crash at the age of 35. Marty Lederhandler Associated Press archives

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