As promised, Australian rock legends AC/DC have rescheduled a series of previously postponed Rock Or Bust Tour dates in the U.S. AC/DC will be fronted by Axl Rose for the last 10 shows of their massive world tour which spans late August through mid September following Rose’s tour with Guns N’ Roses.
AXL/DC kicks off the next U.S. leg of the Rock Or Bust Tour at Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina on August 27. From there, the group plays shows in Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, Columbus, Cleveland, Detroit, Buffalo, New York City and Washington D.C. ahead of the tour closer at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on September 20.
“This band has got a ton of energy and you’re going to see a fusion of all that terrific chemistry that we have felt ever since rehearsals in Lisbon. I want to get back out there onstage in the US with these guys so our audience can see and feel it too,” guitarist Angus Young said in a statement. Rose was picked to lead the band after hearing issues caused Brian Johnson to depart AC/DC.
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