Sunday, October 17, 2010

ZZ TOP Part 1 @ Paris Bercy Oct 16 2010

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ZZ TOP
@ Paris Bercy Oct 16 2010
with
The Doobie Brothers
(click for review & Pics)
PART 2 (click)

After seeing The Doobie Brothers, it's time to ZZ TOP to grace the stage (9:30PM).
Very simple stage: Big screen in the back , beautiful drumkit in the middle a few white cells on each sides, 2 custumised microphones for Billy & Dusty and a GREAT light show.
A pleasure to take pics with such a great lightning (dixit Patrice).
Some Girls (?)

Dusty and Billy are dressed in black, sound is neat, nice videos on the back screen and even though they're not moving a lot they still do have their funny stage moves and funny faces and always with a smile.

ALL PICTURES (C) GUINO PATRICE
SETLIST:
01. Got Me Under Pressure
02. Waiting for the Bus
03. Jesus just left Chicago
04. Pincushion
05. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide
06. Future Blues
07. Rock Me Baby (B.B. King)
08. Cheap Sunglasses
09. My Head's in Mississippi / I Need You Tonight
10. Hey Joe (Billy Roberts, Tribute to Hendrix)
11. Brown Sugar
12. Party In The Patio
13. Just Got Paid
14. Gimme All Your Lovin'
15. Sharp Dressed Man
16. Legs
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17. La Grange
18. Tush
We had a couple of covers BB KING's " Rock me Baby" and Billy Roberts' " Hey Joe" as a tribute to Jimi Hendrix.
Great atmosphere down the front with some old geezers but also lots of teenagers and a a few young girls next to me who were screaming as if they were at a Justin Bieber concert each time ZZ TOP was starting a song and these girls knew the lyrics.
A couple of well dressed girls came on stage to bring the guys some new hats (see pic above), I don't know why, maybe it was a good way for them to have a break for a few minutes.
see part 2 for the end
Sharp dressed man