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ZZ Top

Band
1969 / Present
United States United States

Overview

Members

Billy Gibbons (lead vocals, guitar)
1969 - Present
Frank Beard (percussion, drums)
1969 - Present
Dusty Hill (lead vocals, keyboard, bass guitar)
1969 - Present
Lanier Greig (organ, bass guitar)
1969 - 1969
Dan Mitchell (drums)
1969 - 1969
Billy Ethridge (bass guitar)
1969 - 1969

Discography

Studio Album

1971
Album has 9 releases
1972
Album has 6 releases
1973
Album has 15 releases
1975
Album has 8 releases
1976
Album has 1 releases
1976
Album has 5 releases
1979
Album has 5 releases
1981
Album has 6 releases
1983
Album has 15 releases
1985
Album has 8 releases
1990
Album has 6 releases
1993
Album has 6 releases
1996
Album has 4 releases
1999
Album has 3 releases
2002
Album has 1 releases
2003
Album has 5 releases
2012
Album has 7 releases

Single

1969
Album has 2 releases
1972
Album has 1 releases
1973
Album has 1 releases
1979
Album has 1 releases
1983
Album has 3 releases
1986
Album has 4 releases
1990
Album has 3 releases
1990
Album has 2 releases
1992
Album has 1 releases
1994
Album has 2 releases
1996
Album has 1 releases

EP

1993
Album has 1 releases
2012
Album has 1 releases

History

ZZ Top is an American blues rock band, formed in 1969 in Houston, Texas. The band members are Billy Gibbons (vocals and guitar), Dusty Hill (bass guitar and vocals), and Frank Beard (drums). They hold the distinction of being one of the few rock bands still comprised of its original members for over 40 years, and until 2006, with the same manager/producer, Bill Ham.

They reached the peak of their commercial success in the 1970s and 1980s, scoring many hit songs during that era; but they remain together today and are still touring and releasing albums. ZZ Top was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 15, 2004. Summarizing their music, Cub Koda wrote, "As genuine roots musicians, they have few peers; Gibbons is one of America's finest blues guitarists working in the arena rock idiom ... while Hill and Beard provide the ultimate rhythm section support."[1] Their song lyrics often feature sexual innuendo and humor.

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