ZZ Top Return With First New Single in Nine Years

(Gibson) ZZ Top are back with a brand new ditty called "I Got to Get Paid," and the song was written in conjunction with the Jeremiah Weed line of alcoholic drinks. "That Little Ol' Band from Texas" can be seen rocking out to the song, which is their first new single in nine years, in the latest Jeremiah Weed commercial.

"I Got to Get Paid" is slated to arrive on the Texas trio's forthcoming studio album, which is currently being produced by legendary knob-twiddler Rick Rubin. The album's release date and title have yet to drop.

In other ZZ Top news, the guys are set to headline the Gang of Outlaws Tour, which will offer a rock and country-packed bill with Billy Gibbons, Frank Beard and Dusty Hill playing alongside Mississippi rockers 3 Doors Down and country starlet Gretchen Wilson. The tour will kick off on May 25 in Manchester, New Hampshire, and continue through June 29 in Hinckley, Minnesota. ZZ Top are expected to play some new material on the tour, along with all the hits. more on this story

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