CONGRATS to Canada’s longest running and authentic sounding AC/DC Tribute act Hells Bells Canada on reaching their 25th year in the music biz! H.B.C projected a stunning reproductive set consisting of a magically enriched and hypnotically laced AC/DC staples Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Shoot to Thrill, Girls Got Rhythm, If You Want Blood, You’ve Got It, Back in Black, Hells Bells, You Shook Me All Night Long, Money Talks.
Electrifying! Blending together stellar musical structures, momental stage presence with fantastic expressions, equating to one dedicated and authentic display of masterful musicians rendering a dramatic showcase. Fans crowded the stage as Jamie Bath, Chris Tomchak, Sean Taylor, Mark Ferreira and Franklin Wyles conjured a bang on sound alike set keeping the songs of world-renowned pioneering innovators AC/DC alive. Goosebumps were plentiful as frontman Jamie let the audience sing loud and proud as he strutted about in between vocals and playing his bagpipes on It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock and Roll).
Achieving that mystical 25-year milestone as 1 of the top North American entertainers is outstanding enough, but, add the mesmerizing acknowledgments of Phil Rudd from AC/DC stating “Hells Bells Rocks” and “Very Close to the Real Thing” inserted Mike Scarfe (AC/DC Sound Tech) is stupendous. HBC compares to that of good wine or a hearty steak that wets and satisfies your rock n roll hunger. Bursting into an awe-inspiring crowd pleaser upon their last song leaving us Thunderstruck. http://www.hellsbellscanada.com
11:15 pm marked a historical moment in time! The original voice of AC/DC’s legendary rock trailblazer Dave Evans, strolled us through an impressive chunk of Rock n Roll history with his originals while also paying homage to first ever released ACDC hits during an up-close rare and personal performance featuring 3/4 of Canada’s longest-running AC/DC Tribute-Hells Bells Canada with Chris Tomchak on lead guitar, Sean Taylor on rhythm guitar, drummer Franklin Wyles and sub in professional touring bassist Mark SmalczewskI.