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ZZ Top announces UK dates
The band are due to play London and Manchester, kicking off at the Hammersmith Apollo on June 24th and before playing the O2 Apollo 24 hours later in the north-west city.
The shows come as the veteran rockers celebrate their 42nd anniversary and will be playing tracks from their 2012 album La Futura, as well as a host of other classics from their extensive back catalogue.
ZZ Top are most well known for their timeless hit Gimme All Your Lovin' and have been delighting rock fans across the globe since their inception in 1969 and the June shows are expected to be a celebration of the band's career.
Along with headline slots in the UK in June the band are scheduled to support Guns N' Roses on four shows in Australia.
Following the jaunt across these shores they will move on to the likes of France, Germany, Austria and Czech Republic in the build-up to the busy festival season.
Posted by LB.Posted on 10 Jan 2013 10:48 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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