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.
ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons has premiered a new music video for "Treat Her Right," a track from his upcoming solo album, Perfectamundo, which will be released November 6 via Concord Records.
Earlier today, wsj.com premiered a new Johnny Winter song, "Where Can You Be," which also happens to feature Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top.
As we've reported, ZZ Top and Jeff Beck are in the midst of a summer American tour that kicked off August 8 in Montana and winds down September 13 in Oklahoma.
He's been known to play guitar through a pack of cigarettes and his wooly mammoth tone-and facial hair-have inspired guitarists for decades. But what Guitar World readers really want to know is...
John Fogerty, who kicked off his current tour at the Nokia Theatre in LA on October 10, was joined last Thursday night, October 17, by Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Since moving to Nashville in the 1990s, producer and Emmy-winning songwriter Trey Bruce has written multiple hit singles (Five of them went to No. 1) and has collected more than a dozen ASCAP awards.