ZZ Top tried to make Gov. George Bush a sharp-dressed man.
The trio - Dusty Hill, Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard - handed Bush a pair of cheap sunglasses, a ZZ Top cap and a trademark keychain bearing two lightning-bolt Zs."These men help put Texas on the map. They've traveled the country, but they never forgot Texas," said Bush, who joined lawmakers in proclaiming Thursday "ZZ Top Day."