Exhibition Featuring Rare AC/DC Memorabilia To Take Place In Scotland
According to TheCourier.co.uk, an exhibition featuring rare AC/DC memorabilia will take place in Kirriemuir, Scotland this summer.
The exhibition will take place at the Gateway to the Glens Museum from July 9 which would have been the 65th birthday of late AC/DC singer Bon Scott.
Scott was born in the town in 1946 but moved to Australia when he was six and later became the singer with AC/DC.
He died of alcohol poisoning in 1980, aged 33, after a night of heavy drinking in London.
Among the items that will be on display during the exhibition will be one of Bon Scott's jackets, which was donated by a private collector and which has never before been publicly shown.
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