More Photos Of AC/DC's JOHNSON Jamming With VELVET REVOLVER Posted Online

September 11, 2005

More photos of AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson jamming with VELVET REVOLVER at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday night (September 6) have been posted online at Johnson performed LED ZEPPELIN's "Rock And Roll" with the group. The concert was a benefit for victims of Hurricane Katrina. VELVET REVOLVER was originally scheduled to play the opening concert at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi on September 9, but the recent catastrophic events on the Gulf Coast prevented that.

100 percent of the ticket and bar sales from the Orlando show will go toward helping the people of Mississippi and Louisiana.

VELVET REVOLVER's only other scheduled concert at the moment is slated for September 17 at the grand re-opening of the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City.

Brian Johnson and the rest of AC/DC have reportedly been working on a new studio album. In addition, Undercover News recently reported that AC/DC are among the artists who are said to be planning performances in Australia next March to mark the 2006 Commonwealth Games to be held in Melbourne.

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