The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer on how "That Little Ol’ Band From Texas" reached the half-century mark.
And Billy Gibbons loves it.
ZZ Top front man Billy Gibbons talks about playing with Willie, going solo, going Latin, and going beardless (not).
A performance 42 years in the making.
The ZZ Top guitarist talks about the reboot of the Moving Sidewalks, playing Austin's Psych Fest, and his love for Jimi Hendrix.
The New Braunfels-based band, which just played with ZZ Top, will release its debut album, Adventus, on November 13.
So what if they’re not cranking out hits and selling out concerts the way they used to? After nearly three decades, no one makes better blues rock than ZZ Top.
After two decades of sluggish albums, ZZ Top has returned to raunchy, bluesy form. And the little ol' band from Texas owes it all to a hip-hop anthem from the streets of Houston.
Billy Gibbons tells Andy Langer that he would date an early photo of the band that went viral this week to May 1970.
Dusty Hill's older brother, Rocky Hill, has been called the "best guitarist you've never heard of," but the recent release of Texas Guitar Legend aims to change that.