Even at 68, Billy Gibbons is still moving fast. Here, the ZZ Top legend discusses how he returned to his roots for his terrific new solo album.
The pickups stem from Gibbons' desire to recreate his 59’ humbucker tone but in a Strat-sized single coil route.
ZZ Top guitarist's fall tour will take place in support of his newly announced solo album, 'The Big Bad Blues.'
About nine years ago, ZZ Top guitarist extraordinaire Billy F. Gibbons sat down with Gretsch Billy-Bo in hand to give us a lesson in playing the blues tunes that inspired him to play guitar.
Blues guitarist Sue Foley has announced she’ll return to her musical roots in Austin, where the blues magic began, to record her new album, Ice Queen.
What if nine of the biggest blues guitar legends, dead or alive, came together for one epic jam? Well, it might look something like the video below.
Billy Gibbons has been a busy man of late. Last July, he released his debut solo album, Perfectamundo, an Afro-Cuban fusion that took his music in a completely different direction.
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