Monday, August 17, 2009

AC/DC is coming to Sao Paulo on November

The AC / DC Band is coming to Brazil on November. It will be a single show in the country and São Paulo will host it! The band will be here on November 27th playing at the stage inside Morumbi Stadium.

The Australian quintet presence in São Paulo is scheduled on their world tour that is promoting the last album 'Black Ice', released at the end of 2008 and the group's first album in eight years. It is the third time that AC / DC comes to Brazil. The first was on 1985, in Rock in Rio.

On the last visit in 1996, they came using a huge production which included a house smashed by a demolition ball which crash few seconds before the band begins to play. In November it won't be different. The new show of Angus Young's Band begins with a cartoon. On the animation, Angus character is a devil leading a train. Some girls come to pick him up and it makes the machine run out of control and crash. As soon as the accident happens on the screen, the AC / DC is on stage and released the first chords of Rock'n'Roll Train, the opening track from Black Ice. Check it out on the video below.

The band was formed in 1973. In 1980 the lead singer Bon Scott died, which had recorded with the group the classic album Highway to Hell. Aiming to replace him, Scottish Brian Johnson came up and not only assumed his position as also recorded two more classics: Back in Black and For Those About to Rock.
[source: destak]

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