Band Name ZZ Top. Album Name Waiting for the Chevrolet. Erscheinungsdatum 30 April 1977. 4. Waiting for the Bus. 5. Jesus Just Left Chicago. 6. Enjoy & and Get It on. 7. Pan Am Highway Blues. 8. Move It on Down the Line. 10. Ten Dollar Man. 11. Heard It on the X. 12. Arrested for Driving While Blind. 14. Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings.
The following is a comprehensive discography of ZZ Top, an American blues rock band. They have released 15 studio albums, four live albums, seven compilation albums and 44 singles. ZZ Top has sold over 25 million albums in the US with additional sales internationally. ZZ Top has also promoted sales with several international tours including the Grugahalle in Essen, Germany where Double Down Live was recorded and subsequently released as a live compilation.
Released on March 23, 1983, ZZ Top’s Eliminator is the Texas trio’s best-selling album, spawning a series of five hit singles that remain some of the group’s most-popular songs and live concert staples. The album introduced the Houston-bred outfit to MTV audiences with sexy-yet-playful music videos for those songs. Believe it or not there was a time when it wasn’t uncommon to see Adam Ant, Michael Jackson and tawdry ZZ Top videos played back to back. The sound was out there ready for the band to pluck from the ether. It was out there just waiting for us to bring it home and we’re glad we did, Gibbons says.
ZZ Top, Caesars Team for Jukebox Musical ‘Sharp Dressed Man’. The show is expected to bow in 2020 at one of Caesars' Vegas venues. Zz top headlines exit 111 festival. ZZ Top will be playing at the first ever Exit 111 Festival. Zz top embarks on 50th anniversary north american tour this summer/fall. Legendary ZZ Top announce tour dates and locations for their 50th Anniversary Texas Bash. Zz top tonnage tour slated for early 2017. That Little Ol� Band From Texas� Announce February/March .
Tush" is a song by American blues rock band ZZ Top and was the only single from their fourth album Fandango!. The song was named the 67th best hard rock song of all time by VH1. Contents. Other versions and covers. Usage in popular culture. The song is a twelve-bar blues in the key of G. The recording was produced by Bill Ham and recorded and mixed by Terry Manning