Behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot for "Anything Goes", the new video from Anglo-Australian rockers AC/DC, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in late February in Paris, France by longtime AC/DC director David Mallet. Some of the footage was shot at Bercy in the afternoon on Friday, February 27 in the empty venue, with additional sequences filmed during the concert that same night.Dallas Morning News recently reported that Dallas Cowboys executive Stephen Jones told a crowd at the University of Texas at Arlington on March 10 that AC/DC was one of several musical acts the team was close to booking for a show at the Cowboys' new stadium in Arlington. Jones did not give a tentative date for the gig. AC/DC's "Black Ice" was among the top-selling albums of 2008 globally, according to new figures from the London-based International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), which represents the recording industry worldwide. Two AC/DC tracks, "Shoot To Thrill" and "War Machine", are being used as theme songs for WrestleMania XXV, which takes place on April 5 at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.
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