They both rose to fame in the '70s, then made stirring comebacks in the '80s.
Billy Gibbons is returning to his roots for a planned solo project -- but they're not the roots you might have guessed.
It was a rather inauspicious beginning, this Feb. 10, 1970 concert at a Knights of Columbus Hall outside of Houston.
Jimmy Kimmel started his month-long 'Mash Up Mondays' series in style last night, inviting Weezer to join ZZ Top for a performance as the mashed-up Wee-Z Top.
Jimmy Kimmel must really like those ZZ Top guys.
Injury -- what injury? Dusty Hill made a triumphal return with ZZ Top on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' last night.
Since forming ZZ Top in 1969, the Texas blues-rocking trio of Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard have built a bedrock concert reputation.
All things considered, keeping tabs on ZZ Top is pretty simple -- their lineup hasn't changed in decades, and neither has their distinctive brand of Texas boogie rock.
After rising to prominence in the '70s and bringing Texas boogie blues to the Top 40 in the '80s, ZZ Top entered the '90s in a rather unusual position.
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.