ZZ Top

ZZ Top is synonymous with Houston, and Hurricane Harvey is weighing on their hearts. The famously bearded rockers have issued a statement offering some support for their Houston comrades dealing with the catastrophic flooding and damage caused by Harvey.

“Houston has played host to ZZ Top as our home base since we first banded together more than four decades ago, making us especially concerned with the plight of so many of our fellow Texans in the wake of the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey," the band said in a joint statement. "We are encouraged by the city's and state's recovery efforts from this tragic event and stand alongside our neighbors."

The statement continues, "Long ago, we recorded a song called 'Heaven, Hell or Houston.' We're confident that, in the near future, the first word will describe the title's third word and the middle will soon be overcome."

ZZ Top got together in Houston in the late 1960s. Houston is also where frontman Billy Gibbons was born.

Coldplay are also paying tribute to their in Houston, who are dealing with the fallout of Hurricane Harvey. Coldplay has penned a new song about Houston and dedicated it to their fans in the city.

The band was supposed to perform in Houston last Friday but had to cancel that show due to the oncoming storm. 

Some of the lyrics to "Houston" include, "I'm dreamin' of when I get back to Houston, I'm dreamin' of that very special place, I'm dreamin' of when Houston has no problems, In that city where they send you into space..."

DJ Khaled, Nicki Minaj, T.I. and Kevin Hart are among some celebrities who have pledged to donate to funds to help the Hurricane Harvey relief effort.