The final installment of Bottom Feeders is here with Weird Al, Trisha Yearwood and of course a little ZZ Top to end it.
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Eric Martin stops by the Popdose Lounge to talk about his acoustic tour, possible new music from Mr. Big & his memories of working with Toto.
This week’s list of new releases is wide and varied, encompassing acts as diverse as the XX, Dave Matthews Band, DMX, and the Bard himself, Bob Dylan.
Three years and a couple thousand songs later, Bottom Feeders comes to an end with the letter Z from Billboard Rock Charts.
He’s gone sailing, ridden like the wind, and been caught between the moon and New York City. Now, Christopher Cross is back with a new album: “Doctor Faith.”
Music-derived chills, or “skin orgasms,” are experienced by certain personality types, especially during the holidays. Robert Cass goes up close and waaaay too personal to introduce readers to this phenomenon.
Artist Barry E. Jackson discusses his work for the cover of ZZ Top’s multiplatinum 1985 release.
After two years and more than 100 posts, Dave Steed’s Bottom Feeders reaches its conclusion. Parting is such a son of a bitch — but Dave’s brought prizes to his farewell party!
What happens when three hairy Texans get sensitive? “Rough Boy.” It may not have lived up to its title in any way, but Rob Smith has a soft spot for ZZ Top’s contribution to the artform of the power ballad.
This week in Caught on Tape, Steven Rosen looks back on a fateful week in 1979, a meeting of two guitar legends, and the start of a beautiful friendship.