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

Exact set list unknown, included most of these tracks.

  • Let There Be Rock
  • Problem Child
  • Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
  • Dog Eat Dog
  • Whole Lotta Rosie
  • High Voltage
  • The Jack
  • Bad Boy Boogie
  • 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

    Tickets: $3.00

    Attendance: 700

    Fan reviews:

    By BILLY LAMBERT, SUGAR VALLEY:
    I heard High Voltage album on 96 rock midnite album hour. I was hooked. Called the station, they informed me AC/DC would be playing at the Capri in Nov. Rounded up my best friend Steve and a couple more buddies and went to the show. During the song Let There Be Rock Bon came down the aisle with Angus on his shoulders. He sat him down next to Steves seat, Angus sat down in the seat next to Steve hammering on the lead, all the while Steve was patting him on the back. Been hooked eve since, great memories.

    By David Ayres, Bristol, TN:
    In '77, I was a sophomore at Ga. Tech and my roomie had the High Voltage album. When I heard they were coming to Atlanta for their first concert there, I had to go. I gathered up my "brothers" Tommy and Eddie, and got tickets. I had forgotten they were only $3, can you imagine that today? Like the previous review, I recall Angus being carried up and down the aisles of the theater on Bon's shoulders playing his guitar as intensely as ever. It wasn't until then that I realized that Angus was playing a cordless guitar, the first I had ever seen at a concert. I also remember that before they played the song "The Jack", Bon explained that in Australia, "The Jack" was what we would call "The Clap" in the US. That song made more sense after that and I have relayed that info to several people in the 40 years since the concert anytime "The Jack" was being played. It is an awesome memory of my youth.