AC/DC And Axl Rose Bust Out “Live Wire” for Their First U.S. Performance Together

Holy smoke and sweet desire! AC/DC celebrated their first United States concert with Axl Rose as their singer by performing the 1975 T.N.T. classic “Live Wire” for the first time in over 30 years.

The band has been uncovering an expanding number of since a long time ago racked Bon Scott-era classics (counting “Touch Too Much” and “If You Want Blood (You Got It)”) since selecting Rose to fill in for long-lasting vocalist Brian Johnson, who was compelled to resign from the street in any event incidentally after specialists cautioned him that he gambled “total hearing loss” in the event that he kept performing live with the gathering. As should be obvious in this late element, Johnson’s takeoff is only one of numerous clamorous occasions the incredible Australian band has continued amid their present world visit.

Only five evenings back, Rose – plainly the leader in the race for rock and move’s 2016 Most Valuable Player trophy – played the last as of now booked American date of Guns N’ Roses’ staggeringly effective and dramatization free gathering visit. Around a month after this short arrangement of AC/DC dates finishes up on Sept. 20 in Philadelphia, Penn., he’ll come back to his unique band for a progression of shows in South America and Japan.

Angus Young as of late expressed that he doesn’t realize what’s on the horizon for AC/DC. Bassist Cliff Williams proclaimed that he will resign from the band taking after the Rock or Bust visit, leaving Young as the main outstanding individual from the gathering’s 1994-2014 lineup.

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