ZZ Top live rating based on critic concert reviews.
ON TOUR

ZZ Top

123
critic concert reviews
rock

How Good Are They LIVE?

Live Rating  

73
%
Based on 
123
critic concert
reviews
LAST 12 MONTHS RATING  
77
%
Based on 
5
critic concert
reviews

Real Live Certified  

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Critic Consensus

Based on 123 concert reviews, the critic consensus is that ZZ Top is rated as an average live performer. ZZ Top concert reviews describe live shows and performances as exciting, entertaining, dazzling, thunderous, and nostalgic.

ON TOUR

Bon Secours Wellness Arena, Greenville, United States (March 14); Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky, United States (March 28); Ekebergsletta, Oslo, Norway (June 26)

Latest release

Deguello (June 30, 2023)

artist info

GENRE
rock
ORIGIN
Houston, United States (1969 - present)
BIO
ZZ Top is an American rock trio formed in 1969 in Houston, Texas. The band has, since 1970, consisted of bassist/vocalist Dusty Hill, vocalist/guitarist Billy Gibbons (the band's leader, main lyricist and musical arranger), and drummer Frank Beard.
HAS PERFORMED with
Aerosmith, The Dead Daisies, Steel Panther, Lynyrd Skynyrd, John Fogerty, Jeff Beck, Brooks and Dunn, Willie Nelson

CRITIC concert REVIEWS

The Santa Barbara Independent (USA)

October 26, 2023
%
ZZ Top, 54 Years On, Still Brings Its Special — and Tongue-in-Cheek — Power to the Stage, at the Arlington Theatre

The Aquarian Weekly (USA)

September 11, 2023
%
ZZ Top at the Capitol Theatre / September 6, 2023

Parklife DC (USA)

September 6, 2023
%
ZZ Top performs at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Sept. 2, 2023.

Northeast Rock Review (USA)

August 30, 2023
%
ZZ Top at Wallingford, CT | 8.30.2023

Utah Concert Review (USA)

May 17, 2023
%
ZZ Top Eccles Theater

The Aquarian Weekly (USA)

November 9, 2022
%
ZZ Top at the Capitol Theatre / October 18, 2022

Consequence (USA)

October 21, 2022
%
The legendary band rocked the historic Capitol Theatre with a 16-song set

Past critic reviews published in

100 Percent Rock Magazine (Australia), Local Spins (USA), Concert Livewire (USA), QRO Magazine, Concert Addicts (Canada) and more

IMAGE CREDIT

Alberto Cabello [CC BY 2.0] via Wikimedia Commons