The first ever non-theater performance of “Hell Ain’t A Bad Place To Be – The Story Of Bon Scott” — starring Nick Barker on vocals, along withTommy Boyce and Justin Garner on guitar, Alex Raunjak on bass andSteve Brown on drums — will take place on February 19 at The Corner Hotel in Richmond, Victoria, Australia. The show will honor the 33rd anniversary of the passing of late AC/DC legend Bon Scott, who died in 1980 at age of 33.
“Hell Ain’t A Bad Place To Be” tells the story of Bon Scott‘s life — his childhood, his family, his secrets, the bands that came before his rise to fame with AC/DC, and his rock and roll dreams. It follows his life from Scotland to Australia, through his hell-raising teenage years and the bands that came before AC/DC — THE SPEKTORS, THE VALENTINES andFRATERNITY.
From hippie epiphanies to bubblegum pop, to the iconic early years ofAC/DC, “Hell Ain’t A Bad Place To Be” celebrates the music, the heartbreak and the life of Bon Scott — a quintessential rock and roll story that ended far too soon.
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