Celebrities and fans share condolence messages after death of ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 13: Dusty Hill of ZZ Top performs at City National Civic on January 13, 2019 in San Jose, California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images) (Tim Mosenfelder, 2019 Tim Mosenfelder)

Houston – The death of legendary American musician, singer, and songwriter Dusty Hill devastated fans all around the world. Hill, 72, died at home in his sleep, band ZZ Top announced.

Hill was best known for being the bassist and secondary lead vocalist of the rock band ZZ Top.

On social media, condolence messages and memories poured in from celebrities as well as long-time fans.

Here are some examples: