Supported by Whole Lotta Rosie

FRI 13 JUL @ 7:30PM

(02) 9550 3666
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Bon But Not Forgotten is the closest you will ever get to AC/DC in the 70’s! 

This show brings together some of the world’s greatest rockers to pay tribute to the legend behind one of the world’s greatest ever bands, AC/DC, and their iconic singer Bon Scott who celebrates his Birthday on July 9th.

Featuring a knock-out line-up, including past members of AC/DC and other Aussie rock icons, The Angels Electric Mary and more, this band knows how to electrify a crowd with its explosive repertoire of AC/DC’s greatest hits.

Not content with just performing a ‘Best Of’ set, the band also focuses on some gems that aren’t commercial in nature, but true fans will love to hear them live, some for the first time. This show replicates the sound, style and passion of AC/DC, without pretence.

It is quite simply THE most natural sounding AC/DC performance of any band, other than AC/DC themselves. There is no other band on earth that can perform the show like these carefully selected musicians.

The line-up features the consummate talents of:

  • Simon Wright – Joined AC/DC after the departure of Phil Rudd in 1983

Joel McDonald – lead guitarist and musical curator for Frankie’s World Famous House Band (of cult venue Frankie’s Pizza, Sydney) which has seduced collaborations with acts including KISS, Guns N Roses, Whitesnake, The Cult and more.

  • James Morley – Former bassist with ARIA Hall of Fame band, The Angels, and guitarist with Choirboys.

  • RUSTY – One of Australia’s hardest rocking front men from ELECTRIC MARY

  • Brett Williams – Lead guitarist for iconic Aussie rockers Choirboys.

  • Toni Currenti – ex drummer for AC/DC and various Vanda & Young Projects including Stevie Wright (international hit “Evie”) and John Paul Young (hit singles “Yesterday’s Hero” and “I Hate the Music”)
  • The Australian music world was shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of legendary guitarist Phil Emmanuel.

    Phil was very excited to perform as part of the all-star band for the upcoming Bon But Not Forgotten dates across Australia in July – The band said: “We are very saddened about the passing of Phil. He was a lovable rogue, with so much talent, that inspired so many. He was incredibly excited about performing ACDC’s “If You Want Blood” album in its entirety. It was his favourite live album by any band.”

    The dates will continue as planned in honour of Phil with part proceeds from the band’s Factory Theatre show in Sydney going to the family of Phil Emmanuel to help support them through this time.

    The proceeds from this show will go to the family of Phil Emmanuel to help support them after his passing.