The music world said goodbye to many influential and beloved artists in 2021, including two Rock & Roll Hall Fame inductees who both spent more than a half century with their respective bands. On August 24, Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts died at the age... Read More.
After the sudden and unexpected death of ZZ Top's Dusty Hill last week, the group's frontman, Billy Gibbons, revealed that the late bassist had recorded several tracks, including some vocals, that likely will appear on the band's next album. In a recent interview with
When Foo Fighters performed in Cincinnati on Wednesday night, they took some time to pay tribute to ZZ Top bass player Dusty Hill, whose death at age 72 was announced a few hours before the band took the stage. Drummer Taylor Hawkins
Following Wednesday's sad news of the death of longtime ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill, the band's frontman, Billy Gibbons, has revealed that the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers plan to continue. Yesterday, rock radio personality Eddie Trunk took to his
Dusty Hill, the long-bearded, longtime bassist for beloved Texas blues-rock trio ZZ Top, has died at age 72. ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons and drummer Frank Beard announced Hill's passing with a message on the band's official Facebook page.