AC/DC TRIBUTE - Music Legends Live



Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Tue, Sep 3, 2019 7:30 PM


Music Legends Live  presented by Shelley Archives Inc

Tuesday, September 3 at 7:30 pm
$12 Members | $17 Public
AC/DC have sold over 200 million records worldwide! This tribute will honor the memory of singer Bonn Scott and Malcolm Young. Songs
included: "Highway To Hell, " You Shook Me All Night Long," "Back In Black," and the classic, "Big Balls," and many more!

AC/DC is one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time. Starting in Australia in 1973 by two Scottish brothers, Angus and Malcolm Young, the groups earlier incarnation was a top ten band called The Easybeats, who in 1967 had a hit with the song "Friday On My Mind". By the 1970s the band, now a hard rock group, often dressed in glam era costumes, such as school boy clothes. They eventually found success with singer Bon Scott. After recording the hit making albums "High Voltage",  "Highway To Hell", "T.N.T", and "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap", Bon Scott tragically died in February 1980 from complications of an incident of "acute alcohol poisoning.” Rather than quit, the group brought in singer Brian Johnson, who recorded "Back In Black." It was considered a masterpiece by fans and music critics, and  became one of the best-selling albums of all time. The band's loyal following kept the band performing sold out concerts for decades and with the advent of the 1980s, MTV revolution catapulted them to superstardom, even when numerous line up changes of musicians came and went. Tragedy struck the group again in 2017 when founding member Malcolm Young died from early on-set dementia. He was 64 years old.  Approx. 110 minutes.