via smyletube.... Texas ROCKS!
From the Austin City Limits studio, on the University of Texas at Austin campus, 01/12/2001 (TV broadcast 02/24/01).
Doyle Bramhall II - guitar, vocals
Charlie Sexton - guitar, vocals
Chris Layton - drums
Tommy Shannon - bass (original)
Arc Angels are a blues rock band formed in Austin, Texas in the early 1990s. The band was composed of guitarist and singers Doyle Bramhall II and Charlie Sexton and two former members of Stevie Ray Vaughan's band Double Trouble, drummer Chris Layton. and bassist Tommy Shannon. The 'Arc' in the band's name came from the Austin Rehearsal Complex where the band first started jamming.
Their 1992 debut album, Arc Angels, met with critical approval and reached #127 on the Billboard chart. A GREAT ALBUM!!
Arc Angels made their network television debut on the NBC show, Late Night with David Letterman, on June 9, 1992, performing "Living In A Dream". They performed on the show again on January 6, 1993, this time playing "Too Many Ways to Fall".
Bramhall's heroin addiction and internal friction caused the breakup of the band in 1993. The Arc Angels broke up in October of that year, concluding their run with a series of farewell concerts at Austin's Backyard outdoor venue. Beginning in 2002, the Arc Angels reunited for occasional live performances.
In: Other Entertainment, Music
Tags: Double Trouble, ARC ANGELS, Too Many Ways to Fall, Austin City Limits, rock and roll,
Location: Austin, Texas, United States (load item map)
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