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ZZ Top Returns to Houston – Partners with Smart Financial Centre to Contribute to Harvey Relief
“Our roots are in Houston so this is going to be a very special show for us.”
“Houston has played host to ZZ Top as our home base since we first banded together more than four decades ago…”
The group’s take-no-prisoners approach drawn from gritty Chicago roots, Texas-inspired blues and Hollywood flair, was first seen in Europe in 1993…
These guys transport you into another galaxy. They’re Rocky and Bullwinkle when it comes to turning rock culture into one huge fractured fairy tale and their Jimi Hendrix collision with a Minnie Pearl dress code breaks the rule of cool that most hot rocks cling to.
The Ben Miller Band, or How Found Objects Became Instrumental in the Sound of Ozark Grunge
If you don’t know “Ozark Grunge”, you’re about to.
It’s official: Dan Akroyd is reprising his role as a blues brother, along with some help from the rest of the Blues Brothers Band… and he says the first gig is only the beginning!
The classic boogie blues riff that was first recorded by John Lee Hooker in 1948’s “Boogie Chillun” became the basis for the court case against Z.Z. Top in 1992!
One of the “Three Kings of the Blues” will be bestowed the great honor by high-profile fellow Texans who were influenced by his work.
“I believe I’ll dust my broom”, as both a phrase and a song, has been a blues staple for 75 years. Versions of the song’s melody and phrase “I believe I’ll” have been around even longer. Learn about the iconic tune!
David Gogo’s latest album has it all — southern rock, Stax soul, rollicking blues and even a little bit of Michael Jackson for good measure!