Doyle Bramhall Dies

Doyle Bramhall Dies
GRAMMY-nominated blues drummer Doyle Bramhall died Nov. 13. A cause of death was not disclosed. He was 62. A fixture on the Austin, Texas, music scene, Bramhall launched his music career in high school when he joined the Chessman, which included Jimmie Vaughan on guitar. The duo went on to form Texas Storm in 1970, which grew to include Jimmie Vaughan's brother Stevie Ray Vaughan on guitar. Doyle went on to form the Nightcrawlers with Stevie Ray Vaughan. Doyle continued to collaborate with Stevie Ray Vaughan, writing or co-writing songs for several of the latter's subsequent albums. Doyle released his debut album, 1994's Bird Nest On The Ground, featuring Jimmie Vaughan and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Bramhall released Fitchburg Street in 2003, which charted at No. 6 on Billboard's Blues Albums chart, and in 2007 released Is It News, which garnered a GRAMMY nomination for Best Contemporary Blues Album. (11/14)

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