Posts tagged ZZ Top

ZZ Top Suspend Co-Headlining Tour With Jeff Beck Following Dusty Hill’s Injury

August 28, 2014
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The result of an unfortunate injury for bassist Dusty Hill, the members of ZZ Top have been forced to suspend the remainder of their upcoming tour dates on this summer’s co-headlining tour with Jeff Beck. The dates affected began as soon as last night’s planned performance in Michigan, and continues through all scheduled performances through September 13.

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Jeff Beck and ZZ Top Announce Additional Summer Tour Dates

July 20, 2014
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As we previously announced, Jeff Beck and ZZ Top are preparing to join forces for what is one of the more anticipated tours of the summer. The two artists, both who also happen to be musical admires of each other, are still scheduled to launch their upcoming trek on August 8 in Missoula, Montana, however seven new stops have now been added to the tour, allowing for even more chances to catch this pairing live.

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ZZ Top Reveals ‘Live at Montreux 2013’ DVD Details

June 16, 2014
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The 2013 Montreux Jazz Festival was highlighted for dedicated rock followers by a performance from ZZ Top, who incorporated a unique set list comprised of fan favorite anthems, selections from their most recent studio album, memorable live collaborations, and a special tribute to festival founder Claude Nobs. This rare occasion appears on the band’s upcoming live effort, the appropriately titled, ‘Live at Montreux 2013.’

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ZZ Top, ‘La Futura’ – Album Review

March 18, 2013
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That little ol’ band from Texas have slipped on their cheap sunglasses and are hitting 2012 hard from all directions with their new album, ‘La Futura’. That’s right, ZZ Top is back, and arguably have returned stronger than ever. It’s been over 9 years since the world has been last spun by the Top with a new album, but this Texan trio have more than made up for the lost time, with their strongest album since ‘Eliminator’.

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