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ZZ Z Z Top Z Z Top Billy Gibbons Musician Magazine 1988 Signed Autograph Color Cover Photo Z Z Top

ZZ Z Z Top ZZ Top Billy Gibbons Musician Magazine 1988 Signed Autograph Color Cover Photo Z Z Top
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ZZ Z Z Top ZZ Top Billy Gibbons Musician Magazine 1988 Signed Autograph Color Cover Photo Z Z Top
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ZZ Z Z Top ZZ Top Billy Gibbons Musician Magazine 1988 Signed Autograph Color Cover Photo Z Z TopZZ Z Z Top ZZ Top Billy Gibbons Musician Magazine 1988 Signed Autograph Color Cover Photo Z Z Top
Musician Magazine-September 1988-117 pages. This vintage Magazine features a color cover photo of ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons plus an article with photos.When the Moving Sidewalks folded in 1969, Billy Gibbons sought to form a more straight-ahead, boogie/blues rock-based band, and after hooking up with a pair of other fellow Texans, bassist Dusty Hill and drummer Frank Beard, ZZ Top was born. The power trio slowly but steadily built up a solid following, largely due to Gibbons' tasty guitar playing and muscular riffs (especially evidenced on such renowned tracks as "La Grange" and "Tush"). Over the course of five classic albums over a six year's span (1970's self-titled debut, 1972's Rio Grande Mud, 1973's Tres Hombres, 1975's Fandango, and 1976's Tejas), ZZ Top became one of the country's top rock bands before taking a three-year break. When they returned, the musical climate had changed considerably, and ZZ Top opted to change with the times -- as a more modern, electronic sound was merged with their blues rock roots on such albums as 1979's Deguello and 1981's El Loco. But with the release of 1983's Eliminator, the new approach came together for the group, while both Gibbons and Hill happened to come across a gimmick that will be forever associated with the group -- long and stringy beards that grew down to their chests. It didn't hurt that the group was responsible for some of MTV's most popular video clips of all time (which always seemed to primarily focus on good looking girls and a snazzy 1933 Ford three door coupe, rather than the bandmembers) - "Give Me All Your Loving," "Sharp Dressed Man," and "Legs." Gibbons and Hill also became known for their assortment of matching and outlandish guitars, which were also always on display in their videos.The magazine has been autographed on the front cover by Billy Gibbons............BOTH MAGAZINE AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.