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BON BUT NOT FORGOTTEN celebrates 50 years to the day of AC/DC first ever Australian show!

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Bon But Not Forgotten will perform AC/DC’s greatest hits with deep cuts, and performing a track from every AC/DC album ever made.

Formed in Sydney in 1973, the band has become a global phenomenon, with their distinct brand of rock ‘n’ roll, they have influenced countless artists and shaped the landscape of rock music. AC/DC’s line-up has evolved over the years, but the core of the band has always been brothers Angus Young (lead guitarist) and Malcolm Young (rhythm guitarist), along with the unforgettable vocals of Bon Scott and later Brian Johnson. From classics like “Highway to Hell” and “Back in Black” to their recent releases, AC/DC continues to captivate audiences with their timeless rock anthems and unrivaled energy.

One of the world’s greatest AC/DC tribute shows, Bon But Not Forgotten, has put together 2 Massive shows at Sydney’s iconic Bridge Hotel and Melbourne’s home of Rock – The Corner Hotel. December 30th in Sydney and New Year’s Eve (Matinee Show) in Melbourne, exactly 50 years from the day AC/DC first performed at Chequers in Goulburn Street in 1973.

The lineup features James Morley (ex-The Angels), Cynthia Gallie, Rohan Moran, Kevin Hunt, and Greg Aldridge.

AC/DC’s 50th anniversary will be a monumental celebration of their legendary career. Blending their greatest hits with deep cuts, and performing a track from every AC/DC album ever made.

Saturday, December 30, 2023: The Bridge Hotel – ROZELLE, NSW
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Sunday, December 31, 2023: The Corner Hotel – RICHMOND, VIC
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