In case you haven't heard, Billy Gibbons is featured on the upcoming compilation album Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac, out August 14th. From RollingStone.com, "Billy joins Blake Mills and Matt Sweeney to scruff up the Peter Green-written 1969 track Oh Well, charging the original with heavily distorted riffs and deliberate, ramshackle percussion. The trio's Oh Well snarls and stomps with serious crunch."
Listen to Billy Gibbons' "Oh Well" right now!
Photo Credit: Stacy Barbour / RollingStone.com
Thank you all again for your continued support. If you purchased tickets through ZZTop.com, you will be getting a refund for the cancelled show in Atmore, AL. We apologize for the delay. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we work out with the venue on the best logistical steps to get you all a refund. We understand this has been a long process and for that we sincerely apologize. The band and management have been working tirelessly to try and reschedule a show, but unfortunately, scheduling conflicts prevents a show date in the near future from happening. Don't worry though, Alabama, we'll be back soon!
ZZ Top's "I Gotsta Get Paid" is USA Today's "Pick of the Week"!
"The Pick of the Week is I Gotsta Get Paid by ZZ Top, one of four tracks on EP Texicali, the trio's first new studio work in nine years. That "Lil Ol' Band From Texas" unleashes its trademark grit and grease in a raw, bluesy rough-and-tumble treatment of 25 Lighters, the 1998 drug-hustling rap by fellow Houstonians DJ DMD, Lil' Keke and Fat Pat."
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The scheduled concert appearance of ZZ Top and 3 Door Down on Saturday, June 9th at the Wind Creek Hotel & Casino Amphitheater was cancelled based on a determination that structural condition of the stage made it unsafe for the performers, their crews and the audience.
ZZ Top issued the following statement, once it was confirmed that both ZZ and 3DD wouldn't be able to perform:
"We're definitely from 'the show must go on' school but had to draw the line this time when we found out that numerous hazards were present at the venue. We couldn't, in good conscience, do the show knowing that the safety for those on and off stage would be in jeopardy. We had hoped the situation would have been addressed and corrected by show time but, sadly, that wasn't the case so we just had to 'pull the plug' for the sake of all concerned. We hope our fans and friends understand that the decision that was made was the only one we could abide in light of those conditions."