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AC/DC set to rock film premiere
All Five members of AC/DC will appear in London for the premiere of their 'Live at the River Plate' film.
While the legendary 'Whole Lotta Rosie' group have no plans to play live or tour in 2011, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Brian Johnson, Cliff Williams and Phil Rudd will appear together at the London premiere of their concert film.
The live portion of the show was shot on 32 HD cameras and viewers will see the band's 2009 Black Ice tour unfold, while the film also gives an insight into the group's history.
The premiere will be shown on the largest screen ever for such an event in the UK, which is around the size of four double-decker buses.
Speaking of the legendary 'Back in Black' group's longevity, guitarist Angus Young recently claimed it is because they have always stayed true to their hard rock roots.
He said: "We've always stuck to that hard edge thing, and we've kept that all the way through.
"We haven't drifted off into different things like disco or raps. We haven't tried to take on what's the latest thing."
Fans who want to attend the premiere, to be held in at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo on May 6th, can win free tickets in a number of ways, such as by pre-ordering the show on DVD at a HMV store or from the band's website www.acdc.comPosted on 28 Apr 2011 08:30 to category : Music News
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