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15:35 05 March 2013

Great tribute act at the Pavilion

Great tribute act at the Pavilion

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The unique three-man tribute to rock music’s best known Texan boogie band, are back to Tear the house down, bringing a tour with more tone, taste and tenacity than ever before.

Complete with their real beards!, the crazy guitars, the moves and over two hours of hot rodded rock ‘n’ roll. All eras of ZZ Top are included in the same show, in two very individual sets.

Nik Ryan (Billy Bigguns) portrays the legendary front man, Billy Gibbons, in his looks and his playing, incorporating superb tone, style and feel with a sense of humour as he rocks his way through the show, getting the crowd on their feet as well as tearin’ it up!

The Lil ‘Ol Band from Devon” tour 2012 will see the band performing in theatres, art centres, festivals and established rock venues in the UK and Europe, giving fans of all ages and backgrounds the opportunity to experience the bands entertaining, authentic and dynamic full on ZZ Top show.

Appearing at the Exmouth Pavilion on Friday, May 3, priced £10.50 or on the door £12.50.

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