Posts Tagged ‘ZZ Top’

NEWS: Bring Me The Horizon, The 1975 and more join Glastonbury 2016 line-up!

Along with already confirmed main stage headliners Coldplay, Muse, and Adele, the organisers of this year’s Glastonbury Festival have now confirmed a huge chunk of this year’s line-up joining the bill. Some of the latest announced additions include Bring Me The Horizon, The 1975, Wolf Alice, CHVRCHES, and more.

You can check out all of the latest additions and an updated line-up poster below:

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INTERVIEW: Monster Truck (23/02/2016)

Blues rock is having a surge in popularity at the moment – but throw in the tones of stoner sludge and you’re on to a serious winner. Canadian ruckus Monster Truck are ready to use the experience they’ve gained from touring with ZZ Top and Guns N’ Roses to make an impact on the UK, and certainly did when they drove an actual monster truck through London earlier this month.

We managed to speak to guitarist Jeremy Widerman about brand new album ‘Sittin’ Heavy’ and what it’s like to play with the biggest rock bands of the last 50 years.

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ALBUM: ZZ Top – La Futura

Release Date: September 10th, 2012
Label: Universal Records


Famous for classic hits like ‘Gimme All Your Lovin’, ‘Sharp Dressed Man’ and ‘La Grange’, Texan trio ZZ Top have returned with their fifteenth studio album, ‘La Futura’, yet again showcasing just why they’re such a highly reknowned band. Continuing the hard rocking, bluesy southern rock that they are known for, ‘La Futura’ is a great album they’ve put out, well worth the wait since their last nine years ago, ‘Mescalero’.

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NEWS: ZZ Top announce details of new album ‘La Futura’, out September 10th!

Beard equipped rockers ZZ Top have confirmed details of their new full-length, titled ‘La Futura’. The album is set for a September 10th 2012 release date, with the artwork and full tracklist outlined below:

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ALBUM: Various Artists – ZZ Top: A Tribute From Friends

Release Date: October 18th, 2011
Label: RCA


To be completely honest, most ‘tribute’ albums are largely forgetable affairs. Although to hear a band knocking out a celebration of one of their influences can be undeniably fun, a lot of the time it all seems a bit pointless, especially if nothing new is brought to the table. Regrettably, ‘ZZ Top: A Tribute From Friends’ is certainly no exception to this common rule.

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