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ZZ Top cracks down on authorized merchandise

ZZ Top is making a push to stop “unauthorized merchandise being sold on the internet purporting to celebrate he memory of [bassist] Dusty Hill ("RIP Dusty," "Thank you, Dusty" etc.)."

The band released a statement saying, "Please be aware that neither the band nor Dusty's family has approved the sale of any merchandise or promotions connected to Dusty.”

The group added, "It is sad and unfortunate that many people are trying to 'cash in' on Dusty’s untimely death. Please know that no monies generated by these bogus goods are paid to the band or to Dusty's family.

ZZ Top also said, "It is our hope that all of you who cherish Dusty’s memory and love this band will honor Dusty by refraining to purchase any of these bootlegged goods. We further hope that you will inform others of this inappropriate and illegal behavior.”

Finally, the legendary band said, "Please know that ZZ Top will pursue all available remedies to put a stop to the sale of unauthorized merchandise relating to Dusty Hill or ZZ Top. We are saddened by our loss, and will protect Dusty and ourselves to the fullest extent of the law.

The statement wrapped up saying, "We appreciate all our fans and hope you will work with us to prevent this outrageous and illegal conduct."

Dusty passed away back on July 28th in his sleep at home near Houston at age 72.

[Source: Classic Hits Today]

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