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ZZ Top, the rock band from Dallas, left the critics gaping with surprise when the band surfaced in 1969 with a different genre of rock that the band brought up. Selling millions of albums and causing a jam on the music charts with their hit singles and albums, ZZ Top has taken up to give the type of the combination of different types of rock music which leaves fans wanting for more. ZZ Top tickets are popular since the band came out all those years ago and there is not a time when fans don't line up the venue to see him in a live concert.For Event Schedule and available tickets for ZZ Top please click Buy
Holding the distinction of being among the few rock bands that are still composed of its original members even after more than 35 years with the same manager/producer, Bill Ham, ZZ Top is an American blues rock band. With the group members Billy Gibbons (guitar, lead vocals), Dusty Hill (bass, lead vocals), and Frank Beard (drums, percussion) the band was formed in 1969, in Houston, Texas. Summarizing their music, Cub Koda wrote, "As genuine roots musicians, they have few peers; Gibbons is one of America's finest blues guitarists working in the arena rock idiom … while Hill and Beard provide the ultimate rhythm section support."
The origin of the band's name was not officially known for many years. Some theories included: the two brands of rolling paper, Zig-Zag and Top; a tribute to blues legend Z.Z. Hill; Z-shaped barn-door braces and/or Billy Gibbons seeing the two words running together on a dilapidated bill board. The real origin, as told by Billy Gibbons and also recorded in his book Rock + Roll Gearhead, is derived from the name of blues master B.B. King. They wanted to call themselves Z.Z. King but sounded too similar to their blues legend hero. They figured that "King" was at the "top" so thus settled on ZZ Top.
In July 2000, while on tour in Europe, Hill was diagnosed with Hepatitis C, which forced the cancellation of several dates in that tour. Hill eventually recovered. They reached the peak of their commercial success in the 1970s and 1980s, scoring many hit songs during that era, but they remain together today and are still touring and releasing albums. ZZ Top was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 15, 2004. Gibbons and Hill are also famous for their custom guitars. Hill requests that his basses have a similar neck profile to the 1950's Fender Precision Bass he used extensively in the early days of the band.
Nearly as well-known as their music is the group's appearance: Gibbons and Hill are always pictured wearing sunglasses, similar if not matching clothing, and their trademark chest-length beards. In 1984, the Gillette Company reportedly offered Gibbons and Hill US$1 million apiece to shave their beards for a television commercial but they declined. ZZ Top had played in several different Texas-based groups. Notable were Moving Sidewalks with Gibbons, and The American Blues with Hill and Beard. They joined forces in late 1969: at first, Billy invited Frank for his project of a blues rock trio, and then, when they were looking for a new bassist, Beard proposed his former band mate, Dusty.
They reached new heights of popularity with the 1983 album Eliminator, boosted to prominence by memorable music videos for the tracks "Gimme All Your Lovin'", "Legs" and "Sharp Dressed Man" each of which featured a 1933 Ford Coupe 3 window hotrod called The Eliminator and a trio of mysterious, beautiful women who travel around helping various people. Expanded versions of the original studio albums from '70's and '80's are currently in production. So far only two of these CDs have been released.
A comprehensive collection of recordings from the London and Warner Bros. years entitled Chrome; Smoke & BBQ was released in 2003. In 2004, ZZ Top was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones gave the induction speech, after which ZZ Top gave a brief performance, playing "La Grange" and "Tush."
Inductees of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, ZZ Top took the rock world by storm and found a position which no competitor shook to the day. Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard with their whacko beards have still got the groove to rock a venue full of screaming fans after over three decades of band membership. The intoxicating and mesmerizing live performances of this legendary band captures the fans in a way that they don't want to be released. Fans crave to watch the band perform live and buy ZZ Top tickets hungrily, to miss the opportunity to catch up with their electric live performances.
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