Triple M have broken some very exciting news this morning. It’s looking like 2013 is going to be one of the greatest years in Aussie live music history. Now with everything else we’ve got to look forward to, we now have an AC/DC tour on our hands.
Word came through during an interview with James Young, who owns Melbourne’s iconic Cherry Bar and is very much involved with the Acca Dacca inner circle, exposing him to all sorts of great news, including that they will be touring in support of a new album to commemorate the big 40.
As Young explained to Triple M: “Alberts, the record company that AC/DC have been signed to for 39 years, have confirmed that AC/DC will be touring behind a brand new album next year”.
So yes, it has only been 2 years since they toured, but when you think about it from this angle, that now we will be able to see Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blink 182, Metallica and ACDC all in the same year, then it’s just totally awesome! You can check out the whole interview over at Triple M’s website.
Stay tuned for dates and all that jazz!
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