AC/DC Lane To Be Transformed Into Shrine To World's Favorite Hard Rock Band
According to the Herald Sun, AC/DC Lane in Melbourne, Australia will be transformed into a shrine chronicling the history of the world's favourite hard-rock band just in time for their arrival next week.
Fans are expected to descend on the city lane, which runs off Flinders Lane, as the Australian leg of AC/DC's Black Ice world tour kicks off in Melbourne on Thursday.
Letters penned by the band's original front man Bon Scott to his wife Irene will also be on display for the first time at Cherry Bar.
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