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Sharp Dressed Man headlines Preservation Plaza

Friday, July 13, 2012

Sharp Dressed Man ready to bring ZZ Top hits to Arnold Park Saturday.
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On Saturday, Sharp Dressed Man with Rythmicure, will be performing at Preservation Plaza in Arnolds Park. The free concert begins at 7:30 p.m.

Sharp Dressed Man's goal is to pay homage to the band they love the most -- ZZ TOP. They have been at it for eight years and don't plan on stopping anytime soon.

Scott Willis is the Billy Gibbons of the group. Scott is known for his exact duplication of the songs and his growling voice. Even in conversations, people say he sounds just like Billy. Scott loves the music above all and really drives to pay tribute to ZZ Top in a very fun-filled way. When you see a show you can't help but feed into the passion and the fun.

Don Lybarger is on the bass doing the Dusty Hill part. Long-time performer, national recording artist, showman -- he has done it all. He has great backing vocals on the harmonies and powerful blasts on songs like Jailhouse Rock and Tush.

Jim Cavanagh sits behind the drums. Jim has spent countless hours working to accurately recreate the beats and signature fills. He has the keys to the car, keeping that beat driving down the road.

The opening act, Rythmicure, is a high energy local rock band that bridges the gap between faith and culture. Their appeal is to anyone looking for great rock with a great message.

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