Stevie Ray Vaughan
August 27, 2010 by Post Team
Three days later, on August 30, 1990, was buried near the tomb of his father in Laurel Land Cemetery in Oak Cliff.
Is not it time to publicly and permanently Dallas honor of Stevie Ray? This is what Metro columnist Jack Floyd question in today’s DMN. And should not the Oak Cliff, the place – to say that a statue or a park or a street renamed for the son of the country?
Read some tributes to SRV here.
And check out this history of Oak Cliff author Gayla Brooks Kokel in the Advocate. Well done. Love the photo.
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