Mon. Apr 15th, 2024

Crossfire, Steve Ray Vaughan Tribute

Crossfire, a tribute to legendary guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, is playing tonight at the Orange County Pavilion, in Santa Ana, at 8 pm.  Click here to buy tickets, which start at $15.  Here is more information from the O.C. Pavilion’s website:

Love of the blues. Love of Stevie Ray Vaughan. The love of re-creating a feeling that so many enjoyed — and so many missed. These are the things that drove the creation of Crossfire, a tribute band that strives to capture the essence of a Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble concert with authenticity, respect, and yes, love.

Anyone who was ever fortunate enough to experience Stevie and Double Trouble’s driving blues-rock in concert will never forget the way they played together live. Playing blues rock since the 60’s, Alan Iglesias draws from a wealth of SRV musical history and knowledge as well as his own life experience to faithfully reproduce the famed Texas “thundershuffle” and perform each show ever-mindful of the tremendous resposibility that he bears…to do his very best to bring back as much of the orignal experience as he possibly can, every time he performs.

CROSSFIRE is currently touring extensively making Stevie Ray Vaughan fans ecstatic wherever they go. No matter where they play or what the circumstances, one thing that you can count on is that Crossfire will bring their full-on pedal-to-the-floor show every time they take the stage.

Click here for a live demo.

By Editor

The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

One thought on “Crossfire: A tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughn, tonight in Santa Ana”
  1. from someone from texas, stevie’s home state, my fellow texan….it sure does do my heart proud to hear someone who sounds alot like stevie and play real great too, sure does make me think what stevie ray would say, im sure he’d be very proud and very honored to know someone else cares, ive talked to alan before and he is a very nice and humble man, i was very honored to meet him. i hope he makes it out to west texas one of these days, as long as i breath you can bet stevie will live in my heart, and in my music aswell, he is my hero and will always be # 1 to me… long live the bluesrock king of texas

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