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

  • Live Wire
  • Problem Child
  • Whole Lotta Rosie
  • Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
  • Dog Eat Dog
  • Bad Boy Boogie
  • High Voltage
  • Rocker
  • T.N.T.
  • Line Up

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

    Info

    Fan reviews:

    By Rainer, Kornwestheim (near Stuttgart), Germany:
    I was a 13 Year old boy, when I was at the Concert in Stuttgart (Gustav-Siegle-Haus, 28 Sep. 1977). It was my really first Concert. …..
    Now in German. It’s simpler for me :
    Da es mein erstes Konzert überhaupt und dann auch noch ohne elterliche Aufpasser war, ist mir dieses sehr in Erinnerung geblieben. Die Energie, die von der Bühne ausging und sich auf das Publikum übertrug, war total toll. Es war einfach authentisch, was bestimmt auch am fast schon intimen Charakter des Konzerts lag (nur 800 Zuschauer!).
    Viele nachfolgende Konzerte anderer Künstler habe ich schon wieder vergessen, aber dieses eine wird wohl ewig in meinem Gedächtnis bleiben. Ebenso, wie die Lieder der ersten Alben, die meine Jugend mitgeprägt haben.

    Ihnen allen eine gute Zeit und Danke für die Musik


    Translation...
    Since it was my first concert ever and still without parental watchdog, to me this is very stuck in my mind. The energy emanating from the stage and transferred to the audience was totally great. It was just authentic, which also determines the almost intimate character of the concert was (only 800 spectators!).
    Many subsequent concerts from other artists I've already forgotten, but this one will probably remain forever in my memory. Just as the songs of the first albums that have shaped my youth.

    You all have a good time and thank you for the music

    Rainer

    By Frieder, Stuttgart, Germany:
    This was the first time AC/DC played in my city. I was 19, still in school and played in a local band called 'High Voltage'. So it was obligatory for us to see the show. It is one of the concerts, I won't miss in my memory. The last time in a small location, the last time with Bon Scott, pure energetic Rock'n'Roll.

    By Uwe Zeller, Stuttgart Deutschland:
    AC/DC hatten irgendwie zu Unrecht ein Punk -Image. Ich hatte die LP "Let there be Rock" gekauft und war begeistert. Im Gustav Siegle Haus - das war der Hammer - sie haben wohl nur eine Stunde gespielt, aber jeder Song ging in den andern über, ohne Pause, das weiß ich noch genau. Es war überwältigend.

    By Werner, Ostfildern, Germany:
    I was 15 years old, actually it was my second concert (except for the ones with our school band...). I bought the "It's a long way to the top (if you wanna rock'n'roll") single at once after I heard the song on the radio the first time. Actually I had to order it, it was not available in the record shop. And it came with "Punk rock from Australia" sticker on it.
    This concert was very loud, at least in front of the loud speakers. Bon Scott still carried Angus by himself through the crowd. By then guitars usually did not have a transmitter, so having no cable was new for me.
    I loved the concert and left it soaking wet from dancing. Wow!
    The day after there was a review of it in the local radio station SDR3. The reporter just wanted to stress that it is bad music "just really loud noise". Hopefully for him this was the worst comment he ever made on music. He was sooo wrong. 45 years after AC/DC is still around. Thanks!