AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

AC/DC Tour History

ac/dc tour history

Set list

Most probable set list. Alternates between Problem Child and Walk All Over You, first encore alternates between If You Want Blood and T.N.T.

  • Live Wire
  • Shot Down In Flames
  • Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
  • Sin City
  • Problem Child
  • Walk All Over You
  • Bad Boy Boogie
  • The Jack
  • Highway To Hell
  • High Voltage
  • Girls Got Rhythm
  • Whole Lotta Rosie
  • Rocker
  • If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
  • T.N.T.
  • Let There Be Rock
  • Line Up

    Angus Young - Lead Guitar
    Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
    Bon Scott - Lead Vocals
    Cliff Williams - Bass
    Phil Rudd - Drums

    Info

    Supported by: Def Leppard

    Tickets: 2.75 / 3.75 Pounds

    Promoter: M.C.P.

    Fan reviews:

    By william binnie, France:
    Met Bon Scott in his hotel room, they were staying in the Albany, he said he has been in bigger jail cells than his hotel room. The concert was simply out of this world. Long live the memories of both Bon Scott and the Glasgow Apollo.

    By Tam Short, Glenrothes:
    Ive still got Bons autograph from this concert, met him outside the Albany hotel, sneaked inside and sat beside Malcolm too, got malcolm and angus autographs too, but meeting Bon was the making of my night,the show was great too,missed the connecting train to fife in edinburgh so had to spend the night in waverley station but i didnt care how cold it got,i had my precious autographs!! never dreamt for one minute that would be the last time i would see my hero perform on stage,,,,,,,r.i.p. Bon Scott

    By John donnelly, Glasgow:
    First concert I ever went to. I thought all concerts were this amazing, including support by Def Leppard. 40 years later still waiting for it to be bettered...

    By Paul Hughes, Glasgow:
    Went to gig on 27th October 79 front row stalls not best view but brilliant. Found out band staying at Albany hotel so returned to Glasgow next day with my programme hoping to get it signed. When I arrived there were fans outside and Bon appeared at room window and gave us a wave. That was it, 6th floor time for action. The Albany had a glass fronted entrance and you could see the elevator and what floor it was on. The manager was keeping watch as there had been a couple of failed attempts so timing had to be perfect. I was 15 at the time and 5ft 3, the pal I was with was 17 and about a foot taller. We waited till the manager was at the opposite end of the reception area and when the lift doors opened we made a dash for it. The manager spotted us and ran towards us but was to late the door shut button 6 was pressed and we were off. The doors opened at floor 6 and we walked along the corridor until we came to a door with a do not disturb sign so I chapped it and and Bon answered it and invited us in. First thing to do was give the fans below a wave then got my program signed and sat talking for 10 minutes. Bon then gave us Angus' room number so we shook hands and left. Made a schoolboy error and tried to use lift again but got captured by security and papped out. Later went to Apollo and managed to sneak into concert ending up in front row of the balcony. Best concert ever and don't think will ever be bettered. A few years later in 1982 while working at Waverley Knitwear in East Kilbride I gave a woman called Betty my program to show her daughter who was a big Bon fan and have not seen it since so if anyone out there knows where it is I would love it back as it holds many great memories...