Oak Mountain Amphitheatre | Pelham, Alabama
Rock and roll legends ZZ Top are making their way to the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre on Thursday 29th September 2022! These sharp-dressed men from Texas will be conquering the stage with their megahits, “Gimme All Your Lovin’,” “Sharp-Dressed Man,” “Tush,” and many more! The show at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre is part of ZZ Top’s extensive tour across North America. The award-winning rock band is currently selling out shows in their summer leg, and more shows are being added as we speak! If you love old-school rock and roll, you better get your tickets now and grab this opportunity to see the not-so “Little ‘Ol Band from Texas!”
Monumental rock band ZZ Top has taken the world by storm with their iconic outlaw music. Since 1969, the band has been out and about, touring across the country. Today, ZZ Top members are already in their ‘70s but show no signs of slowing down. The band is currently promoting their latest live album, Raw. The album contains music featured in their Netflix documentary That Little Ol’ Band from Texas. Moreover, Raw was the band’s last project to include longtime bassist Dusty Hill, who passed away during the summer of 2021. Today, ZZ Top comprises frontman Billy Gibbons, Drummer Frank Beard, and Elwood Francis will step in on bass after Hill’s unfortunate passing.
The road to ZZ Top’s success was a long and arduous journey, but the band has become one of the country's most commercially successful rock acts. ZZ Top has sold over 50 million albums worldwide, making them one of the top-selling bands of all time. Their outstanding five-decade career has won several prestigious accolades, including multiple MTV Video Music Awards. Moreover, ZZ Top’s contribution to music has also earned them a place on the Hollywood Rock Walk. In 2004, the band received the highest honor – being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Lastly, the band also received commemorative rings from VH1 Rock Honors in 2007. Back home in Texas, ZZ Top are considered local heroes. On May 4, 1991, then-governor Ann Richards named ZZ Top the Official Heroes of the State of Texas and hereby declared the day “ZZ Top Day.”
Tickets to see ZZ Top deliver an electrifying performance at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre are now available!