ZZ Top’s guitarist cancels final Australian show after backlash

Billy Gibbons (frontman of ZZ Top). Picture: APIt seems guitar legend Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top has not been giving all hisloving to fans as outrage has trailled him up the NSW coast.
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After leaving hundreds of fans fuming after two “bizarre” shows at Anita’s Theatre in Thirroul, Newcastle’s show on Wednesday wasn’t much different while the fourth and final show in Brisbanehas been cancelled due to “unexpected circumstances”.

Fans who made it to the Civic Theatre in Newcastle reported the Sharp Dressed Man only appeared on stage for 45 minutes and played three songs despite being told it was a two-hour show. While ticket-holders who had paid $200 to meet the star were left without what they paid for.

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ZZ Top’s guitarist cancels final Australian show after backlash Comments after Billy Gibbons’ Newcastle show on January 10.

Comments after Billy Gibbons’ Newcastle show on January 10.

Comments after Billy Gibbons’ Newcastle show on January 10.

Comments after Billy Gibbons’ Newcastle show on January 10.

Comments after Billy Gibbons’ Newcastle show on January 10.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook after Billy Gibbons’ two Thirroul shows on January 5 and 6.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook after Billy Gibbons’ two Thirroul shows on January 5 and 6.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook after Billy Gibbons’ two Thirroul shows on January 5 and 6.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook after Billy Gibbons’ two Thirroul shows on January 5 and 6.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook after Billy Gibbons’ two Thirroul shows on January 5 and 6.

TweetFacebookOne of four songs Billy Gibbons plays in Thirroul on SaturdayPost by One of four songs Billy Gibbons plays in Thirroul on Saturday.

Illawarra Mercurycontacted the promoter Mr Brewer on Tuesday who said he would return with a statement from Gibbons in 10 minutes but failed to respond.

Songs and stories tours by musicians are not new to the Illawarra with veteran rocker Jimmy Barnes set to bring his second tour of that style to Anita’s Theatre this year.The Angels have also had recent success with a national tour in the same vein that stopped by Wollongong.

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