Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble headline this 1989 concert celebrating the inauguration of President George H.W. Bush. Also on the bill: Dr. John; Bo Diddley with Ronnie Wood; Willie Dixon with Albert Collins, Joe Louis Walker and Delbert McClinton; McClinton with Collins and Steve Cropper; Percy Sledge; Eddie Floyd with Cropper and Duck Dunn; Sam Moore with Billy Preston, Cropper and Dunn; Carla Thomas and Preston; and Jimmie Vaughan, who performs with his brother.
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