Learn some red-hot Texas blues with this guide to Gibbons' influential style
This record proved that the “Little Ol’ Band from Texas” was continuing to refine their unique brand of boogie
A great opportunity to see some of Billy Gibbons’ guitars up-close with narration from the man himself.
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.'
What was once the domain of blues-rock string benders is now a staple for most metal guitarists. Here be the dudes who made it so.
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.