Join the high­way to hell

Don’t miss rock­ing at this ‘jaw-drop­ping’ tribute show to AC/DC

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL - Ja­cob Wil­son ja­cob.wil­son@whit­sun­day­times.com.au

IT JUST isn’t Anzac Day with­out an Acca Dacca rock­fest.

And this is ex­actly what the Whit­sun­days is in for, with a trubute band to the iconic Aus­tralian rock le­gends to hit the Reef Gate­way next Tues­day to blow ev­ery­one away.

When it comes to AC/DC repli­ca­tion, no other band could boast the im­pec­ca­ble pre­ci­sion and note-for-note ac­cu­racy of Acca Dacca, with front man Larry boasting vo­cals which could be eas­ily mis­taken for Bon Scott.

Acca Dacca will belt out clas­sics from the renowned Back in Black al­bum and Black Ice.

The band was founded by Larry At­tard in Bris­bane in 2000.

Hav­ing grown up with a pas­sion and deep ad­mi­ra­tion for AC/DC, no one was bet­ter placed to fol­low in their foot­steps and re­spect the le­gacy of one of the great­est Aus­tralian bands to rock the world.

As the band got off its feet and amassed an im­pres­sive fol­low­ing, “jaw-drop­ping’ could be used to de­scribe Acca Dacca’s suc­cess.

The Acca Dacca show al­ways de­liv­ers an “earth­shat­ter­ing” per­for­mance where the au­di­ence is taken on a one-way ride down the High­way to Hell com­ple­mented with clas­sics such as Dirty Deeds, T.N.T, The Jack, Whole Lotta Rosie and Let There Be Rock.

In the band’s 17 years it has toured do­mes­ti­cally and over­seas in ar­eas in­clud­ing the UK, Europe and In­done­sia.

Each “mind-bog­gling” live mu­sic per­for­mance con­sis­tently at­tracts new ad­mir­ers and fans which be­come mesmerised by the band’s out­stand­ing abil­ity.

Mem­bers of AC/DC them­selves have said: “If you can’t see AC/DC go and see Acca Dacca.”

On Anzac Day ac­tiv­i­ties, you won’t be dis­ap­pointed

with what is on show at the Reef Gate­way at noon.

Ad­mis­sion is free.

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