ZZ Top to do Las Vegas Musical

 

Viva ZZ Top!

The Texas trio is bringing their music to Las Vegas in the form of a rock musical. “Sharp Dressed Man” will tell the tale of a an auto mechanic who – along with the help of beer drinking and hell raising friends – stole hearts and car parts in what is being described as a rock musical with a wicked sense of humor. The show will feature ZZ Top classics such as “Cheap Sunglasses”, “Legs”, “Gimme’ All Your Lovin'” as well as the featured title track of the show.

The musical is scheduled to hit the Vegas strip in 2020 and band members Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard are included among the executive producers.

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And don’t miss ZZ Top with Lynyrd Skynyrd at the Concord Pavilion on August 24th.

 

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