ZZ Top's Dusty Hill (left) and Billy Gibbons rock Kelowna's Prospera Place stage Wednesday night.

ZZ Top rocks Kelowna

ZZ Top rocks Prospera Place stage to a crowd of all ages

A couple of sharp dressed men rocked Kelowna’s Prospera Place Wednesday night.

ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill and Bill Gibbons had the arena thumping, along with drummer Frank Beard.

The Tres Hombres played most of their hits including I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide, Got Me Under Pressure, Gimme All Your Lovin’Cheap Sunglasses and even brought out the fuzzy guitars for Legs.

Despite their senior age (both lead members are 66), Hill and Gibbons still had their moves, and their iconic voices.

Opening for the American rock band was the Slednecks, also from Texas, a rock/country band who got the crowd tuned for the big show.

For more photos from the concert visit the Vernon Morning Star Facebook page.

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