ZZ Top Drops Royalties For Harvey Relief

Formed in Houston nearly 50 years ago, the members of ZZ Top never forgot the town they came from and are now stepping up to donate proceeds from sales of their latest single to relief efforts for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Dusty Hill and Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top
Edison Graff / Stardust Fallout
– Dusty Hill and Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top
Pearl Concert Theater, Las Vegas, Nev.

As of today proceeds from sales of “La Grange” off their latest live album, Live! Greatest Hits From Around The World will be used to support the work of the Salvation Army to help residents recover from the damage wrought by Harvey.

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Prior to Sugar Land, ZZ Top has two more Texas shows lined up, in San Antonio Sept. 8 and Irving Sept. 9. The band is rambling around North America for the next two months.

For all of ZZ Top’s tour plans, check out the group’s Pollstar artist page