Jimi Hendrix, one of the most influential guitarists in history, played with many bands throughout his career. One of those bands was The Moving Sidewalks, a psychedelic rock band from Texas. The band's guitarist, Billy Gibbons, went on to form the legendary band ZZ Top.

Hendrix joined The Moving Sidewalks in 1968, after seeing them perform in Texas. He was impressed by Gibbons' guitar skills and agreed to play with the band for a few shows. The collaboration was short-lived, but it left a lasting impression on both Hendrix and Gibbons.

After Hendrix's death in 1970, Gibbons formed ZZ Top with bassist Dusty Hill and drummer Frank Beard. The band became known for their blues-inspired rock and roll and Gibbons' signature guitar sound. Despite their success, Gibbons never forgot the influence that Hendrix had on his career.

In conclusion, the collaboration between Jimi Hendrix and The Moving Sidewalks may have been brief, but it had a lasting impact on the music world. The band's guitarist, Billy Gibbons, went on to form ZZ Top and become a legend in his own right. The influence of Hendrix can still be heard in Gibbons' guitar playing and in the music of countless other artists.