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Let There B/DC

AC/DC Tribute Band

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What makes AC/DC such an exciting, pulse pounding band and how do we recreate the fire of their live performances?
That’s the main question we asked ourselves when we fired up the rock and roll train that was to become LET THERE B/DC over 5 years ago in February 2011.
From the very start we knew it had to be raw, exciting and in your face. 
Recapturing the essence of a 1970’s AC/DC performance was never going to be easy, but countless fans have told us time and time again that we’ve succeeded.
Our current five man line-up have had AC/DC running through their veins since childhood and our passion for the music injects the venom into every 2 hour plus show that we play.
We deliver all the favourites such as Highway to Hell, Whole Lotta Rosie and Thunderstruck together with rare and seldom heard album tracks such as Walk All Over You, Soul Stripper and Kicked in The Teeth and many many more.
With our 3 original members consisting of Neil (Malcolm Young/Guitar), Paddy (Phil Rudd/Drums) and Steve (Cliff Williams/Bass) making up the ‘engine room’, it gives our (Angus Young/Guitar) Alex and (Brian Johnson/Bon Scott/Vocals) Andrew room to really fly and take our show to a whole new level.
We pride ourselves on never usually playing the same set list twice, so you never know what you might hear!
Whether you’ve been a fan from the very beginning or never seen us live before, we hope to see you all down the front. 
There’s only one thing left to say…… Are You Ready For A Good Time?!



Contact name:
Neil Hughes

Telephone:
Neil (07851) 313808

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