ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons talks to Goldmine about the box set, “Cinco,” and the blues rock trio’s past and present.
Goldmine dropped in on ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons while on the Grooves & Gravy Tour. Here’s what the “Reverend” had to say in a quick Q&A
Leslie West almost didn’t live to see the release of “Unusual Suspects,” a solid star-studded record that doesn’t sound like the work of a 65-year-old.
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its eighth group of inductees in its recently established Hall of Fame
Lance Lopez’ latest album is “Salvation From Sundown,” released in 2010.
The two iconic groups, whose respective histories have been intertwined since the early 1970s, are set for a string of tour dates together starting May 12 in Wichita, Kan., and continuing for the next three weeks.
The momentum launched by Eliminator propelled ZZ Top through the rest of the ’90s. The next several years found the boys digging deeper into the new technology. And with a bigger budget, the trio’s live shows became Vegas-worthy extravaganzas.
After touring and recording for the past 39 years, ZZ Top has decided to embark on a tour that will bring them even closer, literally, to their legions of fans.
Billy Gibbons, lead singer of the boogie-blues band ZZ top, speaks out on the band’s new DVD and revisits ‘Eliminator’.