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AC/DC Fans Warned To Leave New Street Sign Alone

Australia's Herald Sun is reporting that extra security measures are planned to prevent fans from removing the ACDC Lane signs in Mebourne after they are installed Friday (Oct. 1). Lord Mayor John So will install the signs at what was Corporation Lane, off Flinders Lane in the block between Exhibition and Russell streets. Councillor Kimberley ...

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Australian Restaurateur Fights AC/DC Street Name Tribute

According to the Herald Sun, the owner of Melbourne institution Rosati will fight a move to rename Corporation Lane in a tribute to rock band AC/DC. Piero Gesualdi said the plan being considered by Melbourne City Council to call it "ACDC Lane" was inappropriate. Gesualdi, whose restaurant stands close to Corporation Lane, said the ...

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AC/DC Street Proposal Gets Council Support

Australia's The Age is reporting that Melbourne City Council Thursday night (July 8) supported a proposal to change the name of "Corporation Lane" in Melbourne's central business district to "ACDC Lane" as a tribute to Australia's most successful band. A council report said AC/DC had "strong links with Melbourne", including the 1975 film ...

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AC/DC Road Movie 'Thunderstruck' Wins Overseas Acclaim

"Thunderstruck", a new Australian feature comedy which tells the story of five fans who make a pact during AC/DC's Australian tour in 1991 that if one of them dies before they reach 40 the others will bury him beside the grave of AC/DC's late singer, Bon Scott, has been pre-selected for screening at the prestigious ...

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The Making Of AC/DC Road Movie 'Thunderstruck'

The West magazine has published a three-page article focusing on the making of the AC/DC road movie "Thunderstruck". The film, which is expected to receive a release in early 2004, is about five friends who make a pact during AC/DC's Australian Tour in 1991 that the first of them to die will be buried in ...

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AC/DC Jam With ROLLING STONES At Sydney Gig

AC/DC guitarist duo Angus and Malcolm Young joined the ROLLING STONES on stage at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia last night (Feb. 18) for a rendition of the B.B. KING blues classic "Rock Me Baby". The intimate show at the 2,000 seater Enmore Theatre was the only small show the STONES were ...

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