Blues-rock legends unleash sizzling guitar work in hits such as “Tush,” while Cheap Trick shares ’70s favorites like “Surrender”
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- 40-plus: the number of years ZZ Top has been blasting blues-seared riffs
- Zero: the number of lineup changes the Texas trio has weathered in that time
- The hits: “Sharp Dressed Man,” “Cheap Sunglasses,” “Legs,” “I Gotsta Get Paid”
- What they’ve been up to recently: Billy Gibbons released 2015’s Latin-tinged solo album Perfectamundo to critical acclaim, and they put out a live album, Tonite at Midnight: Live Greatest Hits from Around the World, in 2016.
- More than four decades: the amount of time Cheap Trick has wanted you to want them
- Cheap Trick at Budokan: the 1978 album that made them a household name and enticed listeners to catch up on their earlier albums, including the pop-punk masterpiece Heaven Tonight
- Cheap Trick’s ritziest tricks: Robin Zander’s come-hither larynx and Rick Nielsen’s trademark five-necked guitar
- Anthems that rally fans of all generations: “Surrender,” “I Want You to Want Me,” and their ‘90s über power ballad “The Flame”
- April 1: the date that is officially Cheap Trick Day in their home state of Illinois
The Fine Print