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Touch too much (Prague 2016):https://youtu.be/uxPTZIv8P9M
AC/DC Summer 2016 Rock or Bust Tour Dates: 8/27 — Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum 8/30 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL – BB&T Center 9/01 — Atlanta, GA – Phillips Arena 9/04 — Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena 9/06 — Cleveland, OH – Quicken Loans Arena 9/09 — Detroit, MI – The Palace 9/11 — Buffalo, NY – First Niagara Center 9/14 — New York, NY – Madison Square Garden 9/17 — Washington, DC – Verizon Center 9/20 — Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo CenterRead More: AC/DC Announce Rescheduled U.S. Dates with Axl Rose | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/ac-dc-rescheduled-us-dates/?trackback=tsmclip
I suppose it should come as no surprise that the return of AC/DC to Manchester was met with some trepidation with the arrival of legendary warbler Axl Rose taking over the vocals from established Brian Johnson.There really was no need.A huge crowd saw a band that have been around for forty years put on a show of sheer class.Professional is the word to sum it up, oh and exhilarating, spectacular and very very loud.From the opening track 'Rock or Bust' all the way through the set Axl provided the perfect vocals to a set made up of mostly older AC/DC classics.Make no mistake though this is Angus Young's band. At 61, the man shows no sign of slowing down and if there is a better showman and guitarist on the planet I am yet to see him.
Seems as though Brian could be back shortly:https://guitarzoom.com/brian-johnson-back-acdc/Nevertheless I am proud of Axl for pulling it off
It's obvious Brian isn't coming back.
Brian Johnson has met with an inventor hoping to provide him with newly developed in-ear monitors that could help him return to the stage without risking further hearing loss — and he says he came away “amazed.”As previously reported, the former AC/DC singer was contacted by Stephen Ambrose after word got out that he’d been forced to suspend touring activity — and ultimately had to leave the lineup — on the advice of doctors who warned that he risked total hearing loss if he continued to perform.“Please don’t stop performing,” Ambrose told Johnson. “Help is on the way.”
It's obvious Brian won't be coming back.
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