AC/DC is back

eddie5659

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Its rummoured they're playing at the Rock am Ring festival in Germany next year.

And I'm booking my ticket in November, either way :)
 

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Back in BLACK!
I'll bet you know, I'm glad they're back.
'Cause I had a noose, I can now cut loose.:D

My all time favorite band.

When I was a kid, thirty plus years ago, my friends used to always tell me they couldn't be my favorite band as they wouldn't last and who would I claim later in life. "Hells Bells," I would respond, cranked of course.
 

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My first album was Flick of the Switch, on vinyl. It's a great album
 

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It was my first album for rock I ever bought, as I had just started to get into Iron Maiden, and my mate lent me his recordss to listen to.

I bought it at a market, and was staying with my nan and grandad on holiday. Went back there, put the headphones on, and was hooked :p
 
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Sirius Radio channel 29 is playing all ACDC 24/7 until Dec.!!!

Here is North American Tour Dates
http://www.canada.com/topics/entert....html?id=31265d02-b2e9-4f54-ad3e-98be3076ee91

The Black Ice World Tour will be AC/DC's first outing since 2001.

Here are AC/DC's North American tour dates:

October 28: Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (Wachovia Arena)

October 30: Chicago (Allstate Arena)

November 3: Indianapolis (Conseco Fieldhouse)

November 5: Auburn Hills, Mich. (Palace of Auburn Hills)

November 7: Toronto (Rogers Centre)

November 9: Boston (TD Banknorth Garden)

November 12-13: New York (Madison Square Garden)

November 15: Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)

November 17: Philadelphia (Wachovia Center)

November 19: East Rutherford, N.J. (IZOD Center)

November 21: Columbus, Ohio (Schottenstein Center)

November 23: Minneapolis (Xcel Energy Center)

November 25: Denver (Pepsi Center)

November 28: Vancouver (General Motors Place)

November 29: Seattle (KeyArena)

November 30: Tacoma, Wash. (Tacoma Dome)

December 2: Oakland, Calif. (Oracle Arena)

December 6: Los Angeles (The Forum)

December 10: Phoenix (US Airways Center)

December 12: San Antonio (AT&T Center)

December 14: Houston (Toyota Center)

December 16: Atlanta (Philips Arena)

December 18: Charlotte, N.C. (Time Warner Cable Arena)
 

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Didn't see anything in Dallas. Figured that would be a pretty big venue.

I would theorize once the Jerry's House (the new Dallas Cowboys stadium) is built, there will probably be some more attractions coming to the area.

It seems to be the rage lately, all these big bands going on tour. There must be some real money in it.

Off-topic:
What did they do with all the money when they had these tours (bigger then, album sales, more merchandise sales, etc.) back in their prime? Or...

Are they doing it for the Art?:D
 
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Didn't see anything in Dallas. Figured that would be a pretty big venue.

I would theorize once the Jerry's House (the new Dallas Cowboys stadium) is built, there will probably be some more attractions coming to the area.

It seems to be the rage lately, all these big bands going on tour. There must be some real money in it.

Off-topic:
What did they do with all the money when they had these tours (bigger then, album sales, more merchandise sales, etc.) back in their prime? Or...

Are they doing it for the Art?:D
I think they are doing better now, than they did then. Ticket prices are higher, and I'm guessing they are smarter with their money now. A lot of good bands made a lot of money for other people back in the day.

I'll be trying for AC/DC tickets on Oct 11 at 10:00 !!!! (y)
 

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