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AC/DC Have Performed ‘Touch Too Much’ For The First Time In 35 Years

Written by Sam Murphy on May 23, 2016

AC/DC, currently fronted by Axl Rose, have dug deep into their back catalogue pulling out Touch Too Much for the first time since 1979 during a concert in Prague.

With Rose at the helm, they took on the track from Highway To Hell which was also released in 1979 meaning they haven’t played it since the year the album was released. It was last performed in Nice, France.

Rose surely had something to do with adding the song back into the setlist. He revealed to TMZ upon joining the band that it was his favourite song of theirs.

They dropped it in Prague during their encore, wedging it between Highway To Hell and For Those About To Rock (We Salute You).

It was Rose’s sixth gig with the band and he’s starting to look more and more mobile, recovering from a broken foot. He’s been using Dave Grohl’s rock throne while he’s been immobile but as fan video shows, he’s now moving around during live performances.

AC/DC have locked in Rose to play with them for the rest of their Rock Or Bust tour which includes Europe and ten North American dates which had to be rescheduled. The Guns ‘N Roses frontman was tapped to lead the band when former lead singer Brian Johnson was forced to sit out after he was told he could lose his hearing by continuing to play with the band.

Rose is obviously enjoying the new gig because he’s indicated that he’d be up for fronting the band past the shows that he’s scheduled to play with them.

Watch: AC/DC – Touch Too Much (Live In Prague)
https://youtu.be/uxPTZIv8P9M

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