ZZ Top’s Billy F Gibbons announces solo album, The Big Bad Blues

The mix of originals and classic blues covers is out on Sept 21

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ZZ Top frontman Billy F Gibbons has announced that his new solo album, The Big Bad Blues, will be released on September 21.

Described as a “down and dirty” collection of BFG originals and classic blues covers, the album features Joe Hardy on bass, Matt Sorum and Greg Morrow on drums, Mike ‘The Drifter’ Flanigin on keyboards and James Harman on harmonica.

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Listen to the track “Rollin’ And Tumblin'” below:

“The shift back to the blues is a natural,” says Gibbons. “It’s something which our followers can enjoy with the satisfaction of experiencing the roots tradition and, at the same time, feeling the richness of stretching the art form… There’s something very primordial within the art form. Nobody gets away from the infectious allure of those straight-ahead licks!”

Check out the tracklisting for The Big Bad Blues below:

1) Missin’ Yo’ Kissin’ (Gilly Stillwater)
2) My Baby She Rocks
3) Second Line
4) Standing Around Crying (Muddy Waters)
5) Let the Left Hand Know…
6) Bring It to Jerome (Jerome Green)
7) That’s What She Said
8) Mo’ Slower Blues
9) Hollywood 151
10) Rollin’ and Tumblin’ (Muddy Waters)
11) Crackin’ Up (Bo Diddley)

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