Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jeff Beck were two of the most influential guitarists of their time. They formed a close friendship that lasted until Vaughan's untimely death in 1990. The two musicians met in 1984, when Vaughan opened for Beck on tour. They quickly hit it off and began jamming together backstage.

Despite their busy schedules, Vaughan and Beck remained close friends until Vaughan's tragic death in a helicopter crash in 1990. Beck paid tribute to his friend by performing a rendition of "Amazing Grace" at Vaughan's funeral. Their friendship was a testament to the power of music to bring people together and create lasting bonds.
Jeff Beck recently passed away, leaving behind a legacy of incredible music and memories. 
Their friendship began in the 1980s when they met at a music festival. They quickly bonded over their shared love of blues and rock music, and began collaborating on various projects. They even toured together in 1989, showcasing their incredible guitar skills to audiences around the world. 

Despite their success, both Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jeff Beck remained humble and gracious towards each other. They were known for their mutual respect and admiration, and their friendship was a testament to the power of music to bring people together. The world has lost a true musical icon in Jeff Beck, but his legacy will live on through his music and the memories he shared with his dear friend Stevie Ray Vaughan.