The artists featured on this tribute, who range from country to heavy metal, pay tribute not only to the band ZZ Top but the original ZZ Top sound.
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
NASA Astronaut Michael Fossum treated his fellow astronauts and cosmonauts to a sneak preview of ZZ Top’s forthcoming album.
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.
Rock Legends Cruise departs Dec. 1 from Florida
After 34 years since their first album, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers never cease to amaze. With the rare blend of quality, endurance, integrity, and longevity garnering their illustrious career, Petty is now set to release his first recording in eight years this June called “Mojo.
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.
"One of the key pieces to [ZZ Top’s] sound is the fact that as musical instrument manufacturers starting inventing new contraptions to play on, we embraced them with a sense of experimentation,” remembers Billy Gibbons with a laugh. “Of course, as the old saying goes, we instantly threw the manuals out the window. So a lot of that stuff was purely experimental, and at the same time we didn’t hesitate to embrace it. It was really interesting.