AC/DC has been rocking out to massive audiences for decades. Brian Johnson, lead vocalist, continues to shred his vocal chords song after song. Angus Young continues to pace, run, jump, and entertain for the entire duration of the show. The band has proven to be timeless and, quite possibly, immortal. It’s appropriate that they have sold over 200 million records worldwide and are ranked fourth on VH1’s list of the“100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock.”
When you wear this shirt down the street, you are not only telling folks“Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be,” you are representing one of the most well-known concert venues and performances of all time. Consisting of a setlist seven songs short, AC/DC made themselves known as they rocked out at“The Whisky,” a nightclub in West Hollywood, CA. The venue gave rise to bands such as Alice Cooper, The Doors, No Doubt, Led Zepplin, and Kiss(just to name a few). Songs like“Live Wire,”“Whole Lotta Rosie,” and“The Jack” kept the audience on their feet not only for the duration of the show, but for the next forty years as the band continued to grow, mature, and release new music.