Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Wembley Arena with ZZ Top's electric guitar player

In the London on the tube Wembley Arena with ZZ Top's electric guitar player surprised fans of the rock group last week by travelling to a gig.

At Wembley Arena the rock group were gearing up for a gig when Billy Gibbons decided to purchase a ticket for the London Underground.
Speaking to BBC News, he revealed that he did feel a "little edgy" at first on the train, as one man on the route was "checking me out".
"And then I realised that he was looking at a ZZ Top concert ticket," Gibbons commented.
The bearded musician added that he may keep taking public transport to gigs, as he arrived at the venue before his bandmates.
This is despite the fact that the Circle Line broke down only minutes after he purchased his train ticket.
ZZ Top formed in the 1960s and have since notched up numerous worldwide hits such as Sharp Dressed Man, La Grange, Viva Las Vegas and Legs.

Sunday, 1 November 2009

London show Foxboro Hot Tubs announce

Green Day side project Foxboro Hot Tubs have announced a particular midnight gig at London's Garage on November 1.
UK tour with a gig at Wembley Arena earlier that evening the Berkeley trio conclude their mammoth.
Tickets are available from the venue, but may well have sold out by the time you read this.