ZZ Top to Broadcast Live Concert Via Satellite Radio This Weekend
ZZ Top will perform at the first ever 'La Grange Fest' at the Backyard in Austin, TX on Saturday Oct. 22, and thanks to the wonders of satellite radio, you'll be able to listen live from anywhere in America.
'La Grange Fest' takes it name from the Texas town that was home to the notorious Chicken Ranch. Country outlaw Jamey Johnson will also play at the festival, along with another beloved southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Guitarist Billy Gibbons is certainly thinking ahead to the forthcoming show, noting, “We’re looking forward to having a good time with all of our friends and fans on the 22nd. Down Austin way is gonna be the place to be that day, doncha know…”
SiriusXM are known for their exclusive content, and this will be the band's first real time live concert to be heard in the USA during the course of their 40-year career. The band have been on tour for several weeks, so you know they're smokin' hot by now. So grab a cold one, get yourself some 'Cheap Sunglasses' and crank up Sirius XM's Outlaw Country (channel 60) at 10:30PM ET.
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ZZ Top are also the recent subject of an all star tribute CD titled 'A Tribute To Friends' that features a host of all stars that include The M.O.B., Duff McKagan's Loaded and Jamey Johnson paying tribute to the southern trio.