1. AOL's The Boot Article

    August 24, 2011 by User 0 Comments

    Jamey Johnson Pays Tribute to ZZ Top

    Jamey Johnson stands as the lone country artist celebrating the career of ZZ Top on the upcoming album, 'A Tribute From Friends,' due out October 8. Covering the band's 1973 classic 'La Grange,' the country rebel joins an all-star roster, including rockers Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Daughtry and Nickelback.

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  2. Gibson.com Article

    August 24, 2011 by User 1 Comments

    Steven Tyler, Wolfmother and Others Record ZZ Top Tribute Album

    An all-star cast came together to record the forthcoming ZZ Top tribute album, A Tribute from Friends. Bands and artists that covered the legendary band’s songs include Wolfmother, Nickelback, Daughtry, Wyclef Jean, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Duff McKagan’s Loaded, Filter, Mastodon, Jamey Johnson and Coheed and Cambia, according to Blabbermouth.

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  3. ABCNewsRadioOnline.com Article

    August 24, 2011 by User 0 Comments

    Daughtry Plays Tribute to ZZ Top on New CD

    Last year, Chris Daughtry joined rock legend Carlos Santana on the album Guitar Heaven.  This year, he and Daughtry are paying tribute to some other rock legends: famed Texas trio ZZ Top.

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  4. Jambands.com Article

    August 23, 2011 by User 0 Comments

    Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Wolfmother and Mastodon Pay Tribute To ZZ Top

    October 11 is the official release date of ZZ Top A Tribute From Friends. This eleven track compilation draws together newly-recorded versions of ZZ Top classics, interpreted by a range of artists. The album leads off with “Sharp Dressed Man,” which is credited to The M.O.B., a group that features Mick Fleetwood, Steven Tyler, Jonny Lang and John McVie. Other tracks include Grace Potter & The Nocturnals’ performance of “Tush,” Wyclef Jean’s take on “Rough Boy” and Jamey Johnson’s version of “La Grange."

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