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Who Made Who bring back AC DC’s rock and roll spirit

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It is always interesting to see how bands approach an AC DC tribute act. Some  just play the music and dress up in crazy costumes. Others, Who Made Who brought back AC DC's spirit, April 24. Photo by Richard Amerylike Who Made Who, who played a Friday and Saturday at Average Joes, not only sounded the part, but looked it too.


 “Angus” did duck walks across the stage playing his Gibson SG in Angus’s  trademark schoolboy uniform and pulled off all his moves, April 24. Meanwhile “Brian” sported a black beret and sounded uncannily like AC DC frontman Brian Johnson.


 their second set on Saturday April 24 included familiar standards including pretty much note perfect versions of ‘Shoot To Thrill,’ and ‘Back in Black,’ and older hits like  ‘Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap,’, ‘Jailbreak,’ ‘Highway to Hell,’ and ‘TNT’ as well as relative obscurities like ‘Touched Too Much.’


 Their enthusiasm and love for the music carried into the packed house and had them dancing and singing along.


The drummer was a sight to see, spinning his sticks and grinning ear to ear. It was a bigger crowd than Friday  and Who Made Who was happy to party with them.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 April 2010 15:15 )  
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