ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill remembered by ‘Duck Dynasty’ star Willie Robertson: ‘Our beards bowed down’ to him

Exclusive: “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson is lamenting the loss of his pal, ZZ Best bassist Dusty Hill, who died on Wednesday at the age of 72.

The truth star experienced occur to fulfill the founding member of the blues band when its “Sharp Dressed Person” turned the concept track to the rowdy family’s actuality empire. 

On Thursday, Robertson told Fox News that information of Hill’s passing introduced again memories of the past time he and Hill had noticed every other – just two yrs ago at the band’s 50th-anniversary shindig, which doubled as Hill’s 70th birthday party.

“Our beards bowed down when we obtained in their presence simply because they experienced been working that look way for a longer time than we had, that is for positive,” Robertson claimed of the signature second.

“When I was with them a pair of many years in the past, they ended up heading off to Europe to participate in for like two months or some thing, it was outrageous. And I was pondering at the time, not a large amount of men and women have their 70th birthday and then get off to Europe to keep operating and preserve undertaking what they like to do,” Robertson continued. “And it’s just a tribute to him and their life, their enthusiasm and what they experienced. They had some thing superior and they saved it collectively, saved the look, stored every thing.”


Musicians Dusty Hill (left) and Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top perform onstage during day two of 2015 Stagecoach. Hill has died at the age of 72. 

Musicians Dusty Hill (left) and

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