AC/DC To Play London At The End Of The Month?

October 1, 2003

AC/DC fan site is reporting that AC/DC will play the Carling Apollo Hammersmith in London on Tuesday, October 21. The venue is the original world-famous Hammersmith Odeon where the group performed regularly between 1976 and 1982. Tickets will be on sale soon.

In other news, AC/DC guitarist duo, Angus and Malcolm Young, joined THE ROLLING STONES on stage at their Twickenham Stadium show in London on September 20 during "Rock Me Baby". The STONES web site reports that AC/DC were in town doing some recording, and Angus came in early to hang out with Keith. Ronnie Wood finally got Malcolm to solo during the song, something he hadn't done during the other jams in Germany and Sydney.

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