After four plus decades with ZZ Top, Mr. Gibbons is taking a break to do a solo album.
The song was actually about the Chicken Ranch, an establishment that housed practitioners of… how can we say it? The world’s oldest profession.
“I Gotsta Get Paid” borrows liberally from DJ DMD’s “25 Lighters,” a crack-rap anthem, and they rightfully shared songwriting credit.
The next scheduled show is Sept. 25 in Bloomsburg, Pa.
Faces will surely melt when this tour kicks off in August.
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