Where Texas Rockabilly Met Modern Rock and Roll

Now, I love the Rev. Horton Heat and there is a long list of genuine Texas rockabilly bands (as one might expect) but when rock and blues collided in the late 60’s, Texas produced ZZ Top. They don’t suck.

Billy Gibbons role on Bones is both an unbelievable caricature and a sellout, but he can do what he wants. It is a small suspenson of disbelief compared to most of the show.

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