Produced by the award-winning Banger Films, ZZ TOP: That Little Ol' Band from Texas tells the story of how there teenage bluesmen - Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, And Frank Beard - became one of the biggest, most beloved bands on the planet, all while maintaining a surrealist mystique that continues to intrigue fans and entice onlookers 50 years after the band's inception. Buoyed by candid interviews, never-before-seen archive, animation, celebrity fan testimonials (Billy Bob Thornton, Joshua Homme and more), and an intimate performance at the legendary Gruene Hall shot exclusively for this documentary, " That Little Ol' Band From Texas" runs the absurd to the poignant, from squalid Texas bars to MTV heroics, all in celebration of this notoriously private, but larger than life, power trio. In the end, ZZ TOP: That Little Ol' Band from Texas unravels the extraordinary tale of a band whose image we know, but whose story we don't.
Entirely depends on if you’re a fan
- ZZ Top: That Little Ol' Band from Texas review by MT
I’m a huge ZZ Top fan - I thought this was fascinating, the early history of the band, the nerdy technical stuff, the background of the Texas Tour and some fabulous new film of them playing live. If you’re not a fan this is not really for you - weird old geezers burbling on and on. And on.