Like any rootin', tootin' Texas good old boy, ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill has spent his fair share of time packing heat -- and he has the scar in his belly to prove it.
'Deguello' was the last ZZ Top album of the '70s, and in more ways than one.
Back in 1999, ZZ Top celebrated their 30th anniversary by releasing their 13th album, 'XXX.'
As previously reported, the guys in ZZ Top are loading up their 2015 tour calendar with "remake" dates after being forced to pull out of part of their 2014 tour due to an injury suffered by bassist Dusty Hill.
Once ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill recovers from his recent injury, the band plans to resume its package tour with guitar legend Jeff Beck in 2015.
ZZ Top's Texas Eliminators face Rush's Toronto Rush in round one of the first-ever Hard Rock Football League championship.
Jeff Beck will play three already-scheduled shows this weekend as a solo act after ZZ Top left their joint tour due to an injury to Dusty Hill.
A nasty slip for Dusty Hill has forced ZZ Top to call off the rest of their tour with Jeff Beck, beginning with the show that was supposed to take place in Michigan tonight.
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.
When Jeff Beck and ZZ Top rolled into Los Angeles for the Aug. 13 stop on their summer co-headlining tour, they took the stage together for a collaborative rendition of the Tennessee Ernie Ford classic 'Sixteen Tons.'