The Vaughan brothers might be the most famous guitar players who came out of Oak Cliff in the 1970s, but they’re not the only ones.
Oak Cliff had a thriving garage rock scene in the ’60s and ’70s, and in 2010, some of them compiled an album, “The Cliffhanger Project.” The album is composed of songs recorded by musicians who grew up with the Vaughans, including Rocky Athas, Robert Ware, Jimmy Wallace, Jerry Don Branch and Larry Samford.
Now comes the sequel, “The Cliffhanger Project Vol. 2,” which was released in September.
A CD release party, with performances with eight musicians who play on the album, is Sunday, Nov. 10, at the Golf Club of Dallas. The $25 admission includes a copy of the CD.