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Bally's Casino - $35 *
Fitzgerald's Casino - $59 *
Gold Strike Casino - $59 *
Grand Casino Terrace - $49 *
Harrah's Casino - $65
Sheraton Casino - $69*
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Best Western - $59
Cottage Inn - $79
Delta Plantation Inn - $79
Americas Best Value Inn - $79
Key West Inn - $45*

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ZZ Top to Rock the Roof at Grand Casino Tunica


ZZ Top (a/k/a, That Little ol' Band from Texas) was formed in 1969.  Billy F. Gibbons (guitar), Dusty Hill (bass) and Frank Beard (drums) have been rocking together ever since.  According to Gibbons, the name came from one or more of the following: the two brands of rolling-paper, Zig-Zag and Top, a tribute to blues legend Z.Z. Hill, and/or Gibbons seeing the two words running together on a dilapidated bill board.

The trio spent its first few years playing mostly regional concerts. Houston record producer Pappy Daily and family, cut a deal to finance "ZZ Top's First Album" (1970). Five other records followed on the London Records label. The third album, "Tres Hombres" (1973), brought them national attention. Its hit song "La Grange" was allegedly based on John Lee Hooker's "Boogie Chillen." It is still the band's signature riff tune.

The next album, "Eliminator," featuring musically controversial electronic instruments, debuted ZZ Tops biggest hits, "Legs" and "Sharp-Dressed Man." The group's eighth album, "Afterburner" became a worldwide smash hit.  Until MTV came along in the '80s, ZZ Top had declined all offers for TV appearances. Their first video, "Gimme All Your Lovin'," set the style for follow-ups "Legs" and "Sharp-Dressed Man." The addition of videos took the band's famous mystique and popularity to an all-time high.

By 1990, the band had sold 50 million records. In spite of hard times personally, ZZ Top's 1996 album, "Rythmeen" was considered one of their best. Gibbons called it the "first pure trio record of our career," because only the three of them played on it. That return to an earlier sound, made more pure and raw, continued on their 1999 album, "XXX," which celebrates the band's thirtieth anniversary. At the turn of the century, ZZ Top was the only rock group with its original members after three decades.

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