ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons didn’t impress at two Illawarra shows

Jimmy Shine and Billy Gibbons in Pyrmont shortly after Gibbons arrived in for his ‘Up Close & Personal’ tour in January. Picture: Rodney BrewerZZ Top fans havebranded frontman Billy Gibbons’ “Up Close and Personal” tour a waste of money and demanded refunds after the legend failed to impress at shows in Thirroul.
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“Disaster”,“shamozzle”, “bizarre” and“worst show I’ve ever seen” were a common theme amongdozens of comments on the Facebook pages of Gibbons and the venue,Anita’s Theatre.

Anita’s managing director Nick Josifovski said he had been contacted by a number of people wanting their money back following both Friday and Saturday nights shows.

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ZZ Top fans outraged, demand refund after Thirroul show Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook.

Some of the comments from disgruntled fans on Facebook.

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.

Billy Gibbons and his entourage are scheduled to perform at the Civic Theatre in Newcastle on Wednesday, January 10, and at the Eatons Hill Hotel in Brisbane on Friday January 12.

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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