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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Wednesday To-Do: AC/DC

Posted By on Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 11:12 AM

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AC/DC
7:30 p.m., Alltel. $66.25-$91.25.

At least at press time, all of AC/DC's next 31 shows, save Alltel and Memphis on Friday are sold out. Many of them sold out in a matter of minutes. Lead singer Brian Johnson had a theory: “Some fans are saying, ‘The singer's 61. I'm going to that show, I might see him die.' “ Ah, but here we are, a quarter of the way through the band's “Black Ice Tour” (its first in North America since 2001) and everyone's still alive and, by all accounts, really killin' it. I even found a picture of Angus, who's only 53, but looks almost translucent, with his shirt off. If this show doesn't sell out, there's something wrong with Central Arkansas. There's no way a more rockin' show comes our way all year. Northern Ireland's the Answer opens. Look for AC/DC to take the stage around 8:15.

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