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5/6. Blues enthusiast Paul Jones profiles six of the last century's most significant contributors to the blues.
This instalment pays tribute to
Texas-raised guitarist and singer Stevie Ray Vaughan (the one white artist in the series), who died in 1990, aged 35, in a helicopter crash.
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