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Bon But Not Forgotten

Where: The Corner Hotel, 57 Swan Street, Richmond, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $29.90
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Celebrating 40 years since the release of AC/DC's "Back In Black" album, Bon But Not Forgotten assembles some of the world’s greatest rockers to perform the iconic album in its entirety and to pay tribute to the legend behind one of the world's greatest bands, AC/DC, and their iconic singer Bon Scott who also celebrates his birthday on July 9th.

Featuring Simon Wright (Ex-AC/DC), James Morley (Angels/Choirboys) and Cynthia Gallie (Let There Be Rock Orchestrated) plus special guests Skenie (The Poor) for QLD shows, Vince Contarino (Zep Boys) for WA and SA shows, Steve Mulry (Ted Mulry Gang) for NSW and Mick Pealing (Stars) for VIC, this is a show AC/DC fans don’t want to miss!

Released on 25 July 1980, "Back In Black" is arguably one of hard rock’s most influential records. The album is currently the second highest-selling album in history with over 40 million sales, closely following Michael Jackson's "Thriller".

2020 marks forty years since the album’s release and was an album of significance for the band as it was the first full length following the death of Bon Scott with the band recruiting vocalist Brian Johnson. The album was an ode to Bon Scott.