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AC/DC Electrify Wembley: Legendary Hits, 20-Minute Guitar Solo

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AC/DC Electrify Wembley: Legendary Hits, 20-Minute Guitar Solo

Last night (July 3), AC/DC set Wembley Stadium ablaze with their first-ever show at the iconic venue. Following a fiery support by The Pretty Reckless, the legendary Aussie rockers kicked off their 21-track performance with "If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It)" from their seminal 1979 album "Highway To Hell," before diving into the timeless classic ‘Back In Black.’

The setlist was a rock ‘n’ roll dream, featuring anthems from their 50-year career along with a few bangers from their latest album, 2020’s "Power Up." Fans were treated to rousing renditions of "Thunderstruck," "Hells Bells," "Shoot To Thrill," "Rock ‘N’ Roll Train," and "Dirty Deeds Done Cheap," all delivered with the electrifying energy only AC/DC can muster.

The main set wrapped up with a string of classics including "You Shook Me All Night Long," "Highway To Hell," 'Whole Lotta Rosie," and "Let There Be Rock," during which Angus Young wowed the crowd with a blistering 20-minute guitar solo that left everyone in awe.

The encore? A two-song knockout punch with "T.N.T." and "For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)," bringing the night to a thunderous close.

Joining Angus on this tour are vocalist Brian Johnson, rhythm guitarist Stevie Young, drummer Matt Laug, and bassist Chris Chaney. While long-time bassist Cliff Williams played at the Power Trip festival last October—AC/DC's first show in seven years—he has not come out of retirement for this tour. Similarly, drummer Phil Rudd has been absent from touring since 2023.

For die-hard fans the AC/DC High Voltage Dive Bar pop-up is currently open in London, too, giving fans the chance to check out some iconic props and exclusive merchandise. Among the goods on offer are the original Australian versions of their first two studio albums, "High Voltage" and "T.N.T."

AC/DC will rock Wembley once more on Sunday (July 7) before hitting the road for a European tour, with stops in Germany, Slovakia, Belgium, France, and a grand finale at Dublin’s Croke Park on August 17.

Photo: Getty

Source: NME

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