AC/DC fans can expect a healthy dose of rock and roll when Hells Bells – A Salute to AC/DC rolls into town to play it’s annual show at the Ravenswood Hotel.
Hells Bells has been performing the best of AC/DC for the past nine years, from the earliest Bon Scott to the latest Brian Johnson.
The band have been greeted by rapturous audiences all over WA, with many appreciative of the respect shown for both singers.
‘It’s a salute to AC/DC, not just the Bon Scott or Brian Johnson era, it’s the whole band that makes AC/DC work,’ rhythm guitarist Mal Osborne said.
Hells Bells’ front man is the enigmatic Wayne Curnow. He has been singing in AC/DC tribute bands for almost 20 years, and mimics the nuances of both Bon Scott and Brian Johnson’s style.
‘Brian Johnson is still considered the new guy, but he’s been there for 33 years since Back In Black was recorded in 1980,’ Osborne said.
To celebrate the milestone, Hells Bells will perform the ground breaking album in its entirety at the Ravenswood gig.
Bon Scott fans need not worry as Hells Bells will match it with a Best of Bon, set including classics such as TNT, High Voltage, Jailbreak, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Let There Be Rock, Whole Lotta Rosie and Highway to Hell.
Supporting Hells Bells will be the popular Mick Parker from the band Waiting 4 Andy. Parker will play a solo set, followed by the ever popular all female band Vamp. Vamp cover artists from the ’70s to more recent hits, including Blondie, Suzi Quatro, The Sweet and many more.
WHAT: Hells Bells AC/DC tribute band
WHERE: Ravenswood Hotel, doors open at 7pm
WHEN: Saturday, September 14
TICKETS: available from the Ravenswood Hotel or
online at heatseeker.com.au