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Concert Review: ZZ Top's eternal boogie shakes the Bell Centre

Just around the halfway mark of their Bell Centre concert Tuesday night, ZZ Top tipped their hats to Jimi Hendrix with a faithful cover of Foxey Lady and followed that up by stretching out to the slow, deliberate heartbeat of Muddy Waters’s Catfish Blues (which Hendrix both covered and borrowed for his own Voodoo Chile). 588 more words


ZZ Top - Foxwoods Resort and Casino

The American blues-rock trio from Texas . . . Yes, I’m talking about Z Z Top!. Billy Gibbons (guitar), Dusty Hill (bass), and Frank Beard (drums). 246 more words

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Sherri Hill To Debut New Bridal Line at New York Fashion Week

Sherri Hill, recently named one of Google’s 2014 top trending Fashion Designers, is getting ready to wow celebrities and tastemaker at New York Fashion Week. This year she’ll be revealing her first-ever Bridal line in addition to her signature, contemporary evening wear collection inspired by the richness of autumn. 185 more words


SONIC WAVES....ZZ Top / Afterburner

2 years after the mega selling Eliminator comes Afterburner in Oct of 1985 and to me it’s sides 3 and 4 to Eliminator. ZZ boys decide if it ain’t broke we ain’t fixing! 944 more words

SONIC WAVES...Album Reviews

The Daily Cut: ZZ Top "Sharp Dressed Man"

ZZ Top: “Sharp Dressed Man”

ALBUM:  Eliminator

YEAR:  1983

WRITERS:  Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard

Peaked at number-two on Billboard‘s Top Rock Tracks chart, but only reached number-56 on the Hot 100. 165 more words


SONIC WAVES....ZZ Top/Eliminator

The 80s and ZZ Top go hand in hand and for me I jumped on the bandwagon as soon as those real cool ZZ top videos started into massive rotation at Muchmusic. 1,186 more words

SONIC WAVES...Album Reviews

27 Days of Old School: #16 "Gimme All Your Lovin'" (by ZZ Top)

“Gimme all your lovin’
All your hugs and kisses too,
Gimme all your lovin’
Don’t let up until we’re through.”

I didn’t know what blues and blues rock was when I first heard it on the radio and then watched it on MTV. 167 more words