Life Without You

  • "Life Without You" was a song Stevie wrote after the untimely death of his great friend and mentor Charley Wirz. the song shows his love for Charley and how much he truly missed him. The White Stratocaster Vaughan played that was fitted with Danelectro Lipstick Tube Pickups was made by Wirz with the help of Stevie's Guitar Tech Rene Martinez. >>
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    nik - Spartanburg, SC

Comments: 4

  • Rosanna from 71403, Lano other like him...
  • Cindy from San Jose,ca, CaThe Best!R.I.P.Stevie
  • Blake from Tahlequah, OkI agree stevie ray Vaughn is one of the greatest men ever to pick up a guitar.
  • Cristian from Houston, TxWhat a beautiful song.
    I'm surprised there's not more Stevie Ray Vaughan songs in here.
    Someone needs to do something about that. :)
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