Circus Krone
#3/2017 | By Darren Goulden

By the end of the 1970s, AC/DC had battled its way out of swea-ty clubs and into theatres, with its sights set firmly on arenas and stadiums.

Likewise, it’s days as an opening act seemed consigned to history, much to the relief of those head-liners who were regularly overs-hadowed by the sheer power and energy of AC/DC.

So why in 2003 did AC/DC de-cide go out again in a supporting role, and as a club act, when there was nothing to prove? The answer is in the question

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