23rd Annual Remembrance Ride and Concert Benefiting the Stevie Ray Vaughan Scholarship Fund
23rd Annual Remembrance Ride and ConcertBenefiting the Stevie Ray Vaughan Scholarship Fund

Ernie's On The Lake Performers

Rick Derringer

Event Headliner

Young entertainer Rick Derringer was just 17 when his band The McCoys TM recorded the No.1 hit "Hang On Sloopy" in the summer of 1965, knocking "Yesterday" by The Beatles out of the top spot. The McCoys had enjoyed four years of successful touring, when Rick merged his talents with Johnny Winter in 1969 forming Johnny Winter And (And referring to the McCoys). Rick was the only producer of all gold and platinum Winter Brothers recordings. In '71 Rick was featured on three records, "Johnny Winter And", "Johnny Winter And-Live" and "Edgar Winter's White Trash". "And" featured the first version of Derringer's "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo" which was also released as a single, then selected again for "And - Live." Eventually, the busy Derringer joined Edgar Winter's White Trash full-time and produced the gold LP, "Roadwork." Derringer's solo album, All American Boy was released in '73 with the now already popular "Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo" this time as a 'hit' single.


2013 marked the 40th anniversary of Rick Derringer's All American Boy debut solo album and his long journey of successes as producer, songwriter, and player throughout the years. 

Main Stage

Alan Haynes

Playing professionally since the 1970s, Alan has performed with a variety of Blues legends like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Albert Collins, Albert King, The Fabulous Thunderbirds (Jimmie Vaughan), Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt, John Lee Hooker, and Otis Rush among others.

The Kane Alvarado Band

A remarkable nine year old guitarist and singer, already a professional in his own right, with a humble respect for the more mature musicians who are sharing their magic with him.

Soulman Sam Evans

Soulman Sam Evans started his R&B/Blues Career in Memphis, Tenn. He has performed all over the US including Alaska. He has opened shows for many greats.

Chris Castaneda Project

This new band enters the industry in 2011 with it’s fan base at bay. Guitar player lead vocalist Chris Castaneda’s showmanship and song writing abilities excite new fans and followers. The Castaneda Project pulls from all their influences and the result is a genre defying sound!

The Soul Supporters

The Soul Supporters play blues and vintage R'n'B, featuring two incredible female vocalists, and covering classics by Etta James, Ruth Brown, Soloman Burke, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Little Willie John, and Tina Turner.

Milligan Vaughan Project

The Milligan Vaughan Project or MVP consists of Austin’s highly acclaimed vocalist Malford Milligan and guitar slinger Tyrone Vaughan both of whom have a rich musical history steeped in The Blues and Rock and Roll.

Second Stage

Jacqui Walker Band

Amidst the ballads and impassioned lyrics, the instrumental breakdowns within songs she’s spent two decades refining to fit just right, Jacqui Walker’s ethos shines through like a red hot sun.

Double the Trouble

13 year old identical twins Zane and Noah Stanley are known as Double the Trouble. Their set list is heavy on blues rock/classic rock with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Hendrix and Led Zeppelin leading the pack.They enjoy playing jam sessions in clubs all over the DFW, as well as with Christian youth band Voice of Victory.

Andrea Dawson

Andrea’s ability to sing various styles of music including Blues, Folk, R & B, Jazz and even Rock brings down the house, leaving fans clamoring for more, wondering, “How did this Diva master such an impressive range of musical styles?"

Kathy Murray and the Kilowatts

Kathy cut her teeth during the golden era of Austin’s blues and R&B scene in the 1980s and early 90s, sharing the stage with the likes of Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Fabulous Thunderbirds and blues godfather W.C. Clark.

Erin Jaimes' Band

Blues firecracker Erin “Icewater” Jaimes has been dubbed one of “Austin’s promising female bluesicians” and voted #8 bassist in town by the Austin Chronicle.

Jennifer B & the Groove

High-Energy, 4-piece band based mostly out of the surrounding hill country of Austin, TX.  The band plays Blues, Roots-Rock, and Americana. Jennifer Lindsey (Jennifer B) writes original music that leans toward her musical roots.

Special Guests

Tallan Noble Latz

An award winning Power Blues/Rock guitarist. Tallan was named by the Wisconsin Area Music Industry, the Rising Star of the Year award recipient! Everyone that witnesses Tallan on stage immediately realize that they are experiencing something special.

Jon Hay

The Jon Hay Band is a blues band located in Philadelphia, Pa. They perform their blues, soul, and funk influenced tunes all around the tri-state area.

Great performances at the pre-party at Hardtail's Bar ad Grill!

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© Remembrance Ride and Concert. 100% of all proceeds benefit the Stevie Ray Vaughan Scholarship Fund All event organizers & staff are volunteers.