ZZ Top & John Fogerty Brings The House Down In Oklahoma Performance
via John Fogerty / Youtube
It’s always great to see classic rock stars jamming with each other. Whether it’s an unplanned session or a concert held by them, such an occasion always puts a smile on someone’s face. Like this jamming session of ZZ Top inside John Fogerty’s concert in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
It seemed like nothing has changed from all of them. John’s still wearing his favorite plaid shirt, ZZ Top’s still swinging with their beards longer than you’ll ever notice, and they still played their instruments just like how they did it before: outrageous and iconic.
Greeted with loud howls from fans, the man in the hour introduced the group by calling the event “a special moment” for him. Fogerty said: “Every once in a while, the stars align, and then something really cool and something really great happens,” as he teased the crowd a little bit more, before he introduced the one and only, Billy Gibbons.
Gibbons, like Fogerty, also considered the event as a momentous one for him. Clearly both fans of each other’s work, the duo then proceeded to “tear the house down” with their rendition to ZZ Top’s “Sharp Dressed Man.” The guitar licks that both provided are phenomenal, especially during the guitar solo moment where they just battled with the instruments they have. Purely monumental and outstanding if you must say.
You can watch the performance here.