ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons sits in with the late Johnny Winter on the appropriately titled 'Where Can You Be,' a blast of incendiary 12-bar blues-rock.
Kings of Chaos, the part-time all-star rock 'n' roll collective that includes several former members of Guns N' Roses, is hitting the road again -- and they're bringing along a brand new batch of famous friends.
The guitar legend and the DJ spent some time in the studio recently.
The ZZ Top guitarist and the comedian teamed up for a surreal country parody on 'Conan.'
The lead singer of the Pretty Reckless reveals that Billy Gibbons grabbed her backside at the Revolver Gold Gods Awards earlier this year.
This guest-packed effort follows a career-spanning Winter retrospective set.
Billy Gibbons, who joined the often-mocked Canadian band Nickelback on the title track for their 2005 studio effort 'Rockstar,' makes no apologies about an association that began with a chance meeting.
When Will Lee, David Letterman's bass player and an in-demand session musician, started cutting tracks for his new solo album, 'Love, Gratitude and Other Distractions,' he had plenty of famous names to lean on for special guest assistance -- including ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, who lent his guitar and vocals to a cover of 'Get Out of My Life Woman.'