|Sat 2 Jul 2016, 8:00pm–12:00am|
Blood Sweat and Beers – The Concert is a three part show, blistering over 3 hours with former members of AC/DC, The Angels, and Rose Tattoo. This assault features the cream of rock n roll outfits. These music industry legends have performed to millions of people, had dozens of hit singles in the ARIA charts, sold millions of albums & been inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.
This concert features, Bon Scott Classic AC/DC songs bettered only by AC/DC themselves, a set of The Angels favourites featuring 1 former member , a set of Screaming Jets Classics, and to bring it home a blistering set of Ross Tattoo classics fronted by the great man himself Angry Anderson.
Angry Anderson The unmistakeable voice of Rose Tattoo front man Angry Anderson has slayed audiences across the globe for over 40 years. Known for his Rock´n`Roll music which is powerful, unrelenting and wildly uncompromising Angry has carved himself a broad career including role in films such as 'Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome', 'Bullamakanka' 'Fat Pizza' & 'Bogan Hunters'.
According to rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, "Over the course of a lengthy career, (the) gravel-throated vocalist...has gone from attention-grabbing, rock'n'roll bad boy to all-round Australian media star". On 16 August 2006, Rose Tattoo were inducted into the (ARIA) Hall of Fame. Angry is also known across Australia for his charity work, journalism and political talents.
Bass Guitarist Mark Evans, who was an early member of hard rock band AC/DC on their albums T.N.T., High Voltage, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Let There Be Rock and '74 Jailbreak. Evans has played for numerous other groups, sometimes on lead guitar, including Finch (aka Contraband), Cheetah, Swanee, Heaven & The Party Boys. Evans' autobiography, Dirty Deeds: My Life Inside/Outside of AC/DC was released in December 2011.
Grant Walmsley is an Australian singer, guitarist and song writer.
The Screaming Jets 1991 track Better has become a certified classic and was voted Triple M radio's number 1# Australian song of the decade. Better was certified Gold and achieved the second highest sales for that year. Grant's song Sad Song was a Triple J top 100 hit. Other songs written by Grant include: Shine over Me, Elvis…I Remember, Living In England, Individuality and Realise.
James Morley 1989 James caught wind of an opening as bass player for rock legends 'The Angels'. Within a couple of weeks, was sitting at Ardent studios in Memphis, recording Beyond Salvation, which went on to sell at double platinum status and became the first number one album for 'The Angels' in Australia. One of the first concerts he performed with the band was in front of 42,000 people alongside his favourite artists such as 'Midnight Oil', 'Crowded House' and Jimmy Barnes. Five years and a couple of more albums later, James left the band to record his own album at the famed Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas. In 1995 James was asked to go to the U.S.A. where he played and recorded with AC/DC drummer Simon Wright.
James currently performs with The Choirboys ,Rose Tattoo and John English amongst many other Australian music identities.
Dai Pritchard brings an incredible arsenal of technical expertise, an expertise broad enough to allow him to slot in easily behind anyone that needs a slice of his power, versatility and finesse. Pritchard the guitarist of choice by some pretty big – and diverse – names, among them Jimmy Barnes, Glen Shorrock of LRB, Doug Parkinson and even Olivia Newton-John and the late, great Billy Thorpe. Stints with Nancy Kiel Band, Chris Thomas, Steve Flack’s Guitar Heroes. In July 2005, Pritchard became a fulltime member of Rose Tattoo, proudly blazing his own chops into their musical legacy on their latest album, Blood Brothers.
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