So way back in 1975 or 76 I was working in Vancouver Canada for an airline called CP Air. I was working as a baggage/cargo handler loading and unloading planes. The disco craze was still happening and if you wanted to meet ladies you had to put up with the music. Consequently I wasn't paying a lot of attention to other music genres at the time. So I am working on a flight arrival and the lead hand who knows I play guitar comes up to me and says go in the cargo hold and get a guitar case. So Clint and I go in there and there is a bunch of equipment with the band name stenciled on it. Well Clint gets all excited and I am thinking what a stupid name for a band, oblivious to who they were. I find the guitar case and take it into the baggage arrivals area. There are 3 dudes standing there. They are all wearing those long Australian oil skin coats almost touching the ground, cowboy boots, cowboy hats and those skinny string neck ties with a large turquoise stone, turquoise rings, long beards etc etc. I figure they must be some country music band. They come over to me and one thanks me and takes the guitar case and we strike up a conversation when I ask about what kind of guitar it was. He tells me it is a Gibson Les Paul and they are playing a concert tomorrow. It was also Superbowl that day and Dallas happened to be in it. They joked that if Dallas didn't win they wouldn't play the concert. So I get in my car and on the way home I have the radio on and this awesome song comes on called Tush. At the end of the song the disc jockey says that was ZZ Top who are playing tomorrow at the Pacific Coliseum. I became a huge fan at that moment. If you were wondering Dallas lost the Superbowl but they still played the concert.