Fort McCoy News Aug. 26, 2016

ZZ Top, Night Ranger entertain thousands on post

Phote Alt Tag Goes Here.

ZZ Top

Concert headliner ZZ Top cranks out one of their signature tunes during the 2016 Army Concert at Fort McCoy Aug. 20.

ZZ Top topped the billing for the night, playing many of their fan favorites, such as "Sharp-Dressed Man" and "Legs."

More than 5,100 fans turned out to attend the show.

Photo by David Beckmann Photography

Phote Alt Tag Goes Here.

Night Ranger

Members of Night Ranger rock out to a fan-favorite song during the concert.

Night Ranger, which replaced Gregg Allman as one of the main acts shortly before the concert, cranked out several songs, including one of their many hits, "Sister Christian."

More than 250 volunteers worked to support the concert and clean up the next day. All proceeds from the concert are returned to Soldiers and their Families through new equipment, programs, and facilities.

Photo by David Beckmann Photography

Phote Alt Tag Goes Here.

Jonny Two Bags

Opening act Jonny Two Bags, a.k.a. Jonny Wickersham, of Social Distortion plays an acoustic number.

Jonny Two Bags opened the show with several unique, bluesy tunes.

For more information about MWR events, visit mccoy.armymwr.com or call 877-864-4969.

Photo by David Beckmann Photography