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MessageSujet: AC/DC's Loudest Live Memories   Sam 24 Nov - 23:42

AC/DC's Loudest Live Memories - The Top Ten Countdown; #1




In celebration of Angus and Co.'s forthcoming live album, Live At River
Plate, BraveWords is counting-down something we like to call...AC/DC's
Top Ten Most Thunderstruck, Jacked Up, Dog Eat Dog Live Stands Of All
Time! Horns up and knickers down!


And we've finally made it to #1!!!





#1 - Toronto Rocks, Toronto, Canada - July 30, 2003


Billed as a boost to tourism and morale after the SARS outbreak (read more here),
Toronto Rocks‚ euphemistically known as SarsStock‚ brought 450,000 fans
to a sunny day and warm night at a decommissioned army base to the west
of the city for a fest that included headliners THE ROLLING STONES,
RUSH, THE GUESS WHO, THE TEA PARTY, FLAMING LIPS, BLUE RODEO a
nd the
ridiculous addition of JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE (pelted by bottles of piss
no-less!). Our heroes AC/DC played second to last and magic was in ample
supply as the band hit the stage in stride just as the sun was going
down. After all was said and done, it is widely considered that the
Aussies blew the Rolling Stones off the stage, bravely opening their 12
song set with 'Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be' and closing with 'Highway
To Hell', clearly the apex of a long, long day of hot summer rock.


(Note: our own Martin Popoff dealt with the crowds and attended this
benefit while "Metal" Tim was literally flying overhead around dinner
time on his way to Wacken!)





Line-up:

Angus Young - lead guitar

Malcolm Young - rhythm guitar

Brian Johnson- vocals

Cliff Williams - bass

Phil Rudd - drums


AC/DC's setlist:

' Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be'

'Back in Black'

'Thunderstruck'

'If You Want Blood
(You've Got It)'

'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap'

'T.N.T.'

'The Jack'

'Hells Bells'

'You Shook Me All Night Long'

'Whole Lotta Rosie'

'Let There Be Rock'


Encore:

'Highway to Hell'


AC DC Live in Toronto 2003 COMPLEto



#10 - Northlands Coliseum Concert Bowl, Edmonton, Alberta - July 13, 1980

#9 - Gaumont, Southampton, UK - January 27, 1980

#8 - Sydney, Australia - December 1973 (billed as THE LAST PICTURE SHOW)

#7 - Largs Piers Hotel, Adelaide, Australia - late October 1974

#6 - Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, Buenos Aires - December 2, 4, 6, 2009

#5 - Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, Texas - July 27, 1977

#4 - Oakland Stadium, Oakland, California - July 23, 1978

#3 - Donington Park, Leicestershire, UK - August 18, 1984

#2 - The Marquee, London, UK - May 11, 1976

#1 - Toronto Rocks, Toronto, Canada - July 30, 2003





To coincide with our countdown, BraveWords has teamed up with Sony
Music to give-away copies of Live At River Plate CDs, DVDs and Vinyl!
For the next ten days email contests@bravewords.com
with the subject line "ANGUS RULES". Each day a winner will be chosen
at random (Canadian residents only please) and each day there's a
different prize as follows! Numbers 10-8 get a CD, numbers 7-5 get CD
and DVD, and 5-1 get CD, DVD and triple vinyl! Please include your
mailing address in your entry!


Check out a Live At River Plate trailer below:

AC/DC Live At River Plate Trailer


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