They had riffs, and as always, they knew how to use them.
The tres hombres of ZZ Top stopped Wednesday night at the Greek Theatre, not long into their shared summer tour with English guitar whiz Jeff Beck. Does that pairing feel particularly inspired? Meh. But missing the Texas boogie meisters in whatever form brings them to town rarely seems like a good idea.
Here are five thoughts on their half of the show.
1. There may be no sharper-dressed man than Billy Gibbons. On Wednesday, the singer-guitarist...