Steamy Ray Vaughan
This talented musician is the voice of a generation - the tween generation to be exact. Tweens love the hip music of the Tween Wave artists, which happen to sound to most people like someone shitting into a mic. Once a rural father who didn't want to seem lame, Steamy Ray Vaughn became a headline performer at Mick's Lanes, where he performs such hits as "City Bop" on an evening basis, with plenty of flatulatory noise, and occasionally a guest performer like Steamy Nicks, despite nay-sayers who claim his music offends his "britches". After his son was diagnosed with autism, he eventually decided to retire, and the costume and CD's were burned in gasoline, but Vaughn's legacy lives on in the hearts of tweens everywhere.
- His name is, of course, a reference to musician Stevie Ray Vaughn, who "plays the blues and died in an airplane crash", according to one local farmer.