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AC/DC to play 40 shows in 2014 around the world


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Written on: 15.02.2014 03:38
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
In addition, the band will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year by playing 40 shows around the world. Come on Roskilde, book AC/DC PLEASE ? You can do it Roskilde. AC/DC said some years ago the band want to do more festivals shows in the future. I hope Rikke is talking to them about Roskilde gig icon_smile.gif
Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/brian-johnson-says-acdc-will-enter-studio-in-may/#utjvSzz8lukVhtm9.99

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Written on: 15.02.2014 14:43
Rock`N`Roll Dude...
Posts: 420
AC/DC wrote:

In addition, the band will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year by playing 40 shows around the world. Come on Roskilde, book AC/DC PLEASE ? You can do it Roskilde. AC/DC said some years ago the band want to do more festivals shows in the future. I hope Rikke is talking to them about Roskilde gig icon_smile.gif
Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/brian-johnson-says-acdc-will-enter-studio-in-may/#utjvSzz8lukVhtm9.99


AC/DC, you are a dreamer, and you will never give up hope..ha ha.
But any band can be booked.
And may your wish come true.
Bring AC/DC!!icon_wink.gif
Written on: 15.02.2014 15:01
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
Rock`N`Roll Dude... wrote:

AC/DC wrote:

In addition, the band will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year by playing 40 shows around the world. Come on Roskilde, book AC/DC PLEASE ? You can do it Roskilde. AC/DC said some years ago the band want to do more festivals shows in the future. I hope Rikke is talking to them about Roskilde gig icon_smile.gif
Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/brian-johnson-says-acdc-will-enter-studio-in-may/#utjvSzz8lukVhtm9.99


AC/DC, you are a dreamer, and you will never give up hope..ha ha.
But any band can be booked.
And may your wish come true.
Bring AC/DC!!icon_wink.gif



Hehe true i never give up icon_biggrin.gif In 2012 Johnson said the band were considering making a follow-up, but that they’d be unlikely to tour on the same scale. I hope they will play Roskilde for first time ever this summer icon_cool.gif
And i hope my wish will come true. I saw AC/DC in London 2009 and Paris 2010 best concerts ever. And really hoping for to see them at Orange stage this summer icon_cool.gif

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Written on: 15.02.2014 16:55
Rock`N`Roll Dude...
Posts: 420
AC/DC wrote:

Rock`N`Roll Dude... wrote:

AC/DC wrote:

In addition, the band will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year by playing 40 shows around the world. Come on Roskilde, book AC/DC PLEASE ? You can do it Roskilde. AC/DC said some years ago the band want to do more festivals shows in the future. I hope Rikke is talking to them about Roskilde gig icon_smile.gif
Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/brian-johnson-says-acdc-will-enter-studio-in-may/#utjvSzz8lukVhtm9.99


AC/DC, you are a dreamer, and you will never give up hope..ha ha.
But any band can be booked.
And may your wish come true.
Bring AC/DC!!icon_wink.gif



Hehe true i never give up icon_biggrin.gif In 2012 Johnson said the band were considering making a follow-up, but that they’d be unlikely to tour on the same scale. I hope they will play Roskilde for first time ever this summer icon_cool.gif
And i hope my wish will come true. I saw AC/DC in London 2009 and Paris 2010 best concerts ever. And really hoping for to see them at Orange stage this summer icon_cool.gif


Yep would be a epic booking! Saw them at Monsters Of Rock at Gentofte in 1991 and again in Parken in 2009.
Greatest Rock'n'Roll band ever.
Would be even better if Bon Scott still was alive.
Written on: 15.02.2014 22:01
Wallu
Posts: 636
The best rock´n´roll album of all the times is AC/DC:s High Voltage. No doubt, ever.
Written on: 15.02.2014 22:19
Rock`N`Roll Dude...
Posts: 420
Wallu wrote:

The best rock´n´roll album of all the times is AC/DC:s High Voltage. No doubt, ever.


I agree Wallu!
Written on: 16.02.2014 12:08
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
If possible, this booking would be amazing. I've only seen them once, but that show is still to this date in my Top 3 concerts ever. Let's do this!

It is rather strange calling it a 40th anniversary tour, since they formed in late 1973. Bon Scott did, however, not join until 1974 if I'm not mistaken. Either way, this would kick ass, and I know a certain someone who'd drag his father along to this!
Written on: 16.02.2014 12:43
Rock`N`Roll Dude...
Posts: 420
DukeofDK wrote:

If possible, this booking would be amazing. I've only seen them once, but that show is still to this date in my Top 3 concerts ever. Let's do this!

It is rather strange calling it a 40th anniversary tour, since they formed in late 1973. Bon Scott did, however, not join until 1974 if I'm not mistaken. Either way, this would kick ass, and I know a certain someone who'd drag his father along to this!


You are right about that. Dave Evans was the first vocalist in AC/DC.
Think Bon Scott is the greatest, but Brian Johnson is doing a fine job too.
Written on: 16.02.2014 13:49
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
Let s hope for this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtMGoU9NcMo @ Orange Stage this summer icon_cool.gif
Written on: 16.02.2014 17:02
DukeofDK
Posts: 119
Rock`N`Roll Dude... wrote:

DukeofDK wrote:

If possible, this booking would be amazing. I've only seen them once, but that show is still to this date in my Top 3 concerts ever. Let's do this!

It is rather strange calling it a 40th anniversary tour, since they formed in late 1973. Bon Scott did, however, not join until 1974 if I'm not mistaken. Either way, this would kick ass, and I know a certain someone who'd drag his father along to this!


You are right about that. Dave Evans was the first vocalist in AC/DC.
Think Bon Scott is the greatest, but Brian Johnson is doing a fine job too.


Agreed. Bon Scott is, IMO, one of the greatest frontmen to have ever hit the stage. But Brian Johnson sure is doing an amazing job after Bon's unfortunate death.
Written on: 17.02.2014 00:33
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
It’s not such a farout concept, really. Festivals are the current hot spot – well, the ones that last that is. And with their peers Black Sabbath joining the rounds in Europe, there’s really no reason why Acca Dacca can’t do the same.
http://musicfeeds.com.au/news/acdc-joining-the-festival-rounds/

And the veteran singer says the band would consider making more festival appearances in future after breaking their own rule to play the Download event at Donington, UK in 2010.
Johnson tells Fox News: “I wouldn’t like to do another one like the last one. We never want to go on stage and have people saying, ‘Oh, you should have seen them ten years ago.’ So I doubt we’ll be doing a big one. If we could do some festivals I wouldn’t mind that at all – that would be lovely.”
http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/news/johnson-burned-by-acdc-cannon/

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Written on: 17.02.2014 03:22
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 471
I Would be dancing in the Streets to the Sound of it's a long Way to the top, for hours and hours if it happened.. Hell i Would probably queue up at that very instant
Written on: 17.02.2014 08:07
Bongo Anders
Posts: 1092
Not to burst anyones bubbles but the 2 last news that there is linked to is from June 2012.
Written on: 17.02.2014 12:13
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
Bongo Anders wrote:

Not to burst anyones bubbles but the 2 last news that there is linked to is from June 2012.




So what, i was just telling about what they say about the future and the band want to do more festivals. And now AC/DC are going to tour this year icon_cool.gif

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Written on: 17.02.2014 14:33
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
http://www.rockfreaks.net/news/6804 This is old news but still there is still hope icon_cool.gif
Written on: 18.02.2014 12:49
MrLee
Posts: 132
I'm no AC/DC expert but have they played any recent show WITHOUT the walkway into the crowd??
There's 0% chance that RF would be able to build that, if required.

And, Download Festival had to build a stage specially for AC/DC, when they played in 2010, something that RF logisticaly can't do either.
Written on: 18.02.2014 14:02
AC/DC
Posts: 1047
MrLee wrote:

I'm no AC/DC expert but have they played any recent show WITHOUT the walkway into the crowd??
There's 0% chance that RF would be able to build that, if required.

And, Download Festival had to build a stage specially for AC/DC, when they played in 2010, something that RF logisticaly can't do either.



They will not do like a big tour next time. Just 40 show. Black Ice tour had 170 shows. And they want to play more festivals in the future. So i think there is still hope and Brian Johnson really want to play one Roskilde show icon_cool.gif
And in 2003 AC/DC play some shows without the walkway into the crowd. SO why not again like that ?

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 18.02.2014 at 14:09.]


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