This Sunday (26 March), Metalworks at The Underworld, Camden, will host Tush, who will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of ZZ Top classic rock album Eliminator (released 23 March 1983). Tush will bring their show to theatres around the country later this year, so Sunday marks a great chance to see the trio in action, and entrance is free.
Following the ZZ Top show, Steff will take the wheel of the red 1933 Ford Coupe, along with his crew and special guests, to continue the night with a set of rock and Metal songs until 11 pm.
His main men this week are the shred master George Gt Stergiou on lead guitar, Gus Macricostas on bass, Chris Burgham on keys and Hugo Terva on drums. Expect some classic Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, AC/DC, Metallica, Queen, Black Sabbath and much more.
Doors are at 8 pm, and The Sharp Dressed Men take the stage at 8:30. Sunday will be a rather special one, so get those cheap sunglasses and blue jeans on, don’t stay home with a TV dinner, get your legs down to The Underworld – and don’t be late!
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