Double Trouble (Band)

Double Trouble was a blues-rock band that was known primarily as a support group of guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Band History

Double Trouble arose in 1978, when the group " Triple Threat " unexpectedly without a singer stood there. Vaughan, guitarist of the band, took over the vocals, and the group now called himself - after a song by Otis Rush - Double Trouble. The other members were bassist Jackie Newhouse and drummer Chris " Whipper " Layton. In 1980, Tommy Shannon bass.

After the death of Vaughan's 1990 Shannon and Layton went to the blues-rock supergroup The Arc Angels, in 1992 brought out an album. After that, the two worked as rhythm section for musicians such as WC Clark, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jimmy D. Lane and Doyle Bramhall.

In 2001, she participated with a host of well-known musicians - Doyle Bramhall, Lou Ann Barton, Reese Wynans, Jonny Lang, Willie Nelson, Dr. John and Jimmie Vaughan - again under the name Double Trouble Album Been a Long Time on.