Former AC/DC Bassist To Play Australian Dates With THE BLACK VALENTINES
According to a posting on the AC/DC fan site Crabsody In Blue, former AC/DC bass player Mark Evans is teaming up with Dave Tice (ex-BUFFALO) for a few gigs at the Bridge hotel in Sydney, Australia under the band name of THE BLACK VALENTINES.
THE BLACK VALENTINES are:
Dave Tice (HEADHUNTERS, COUNT BISHOPS) - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica
Steve Edmonds (JIMMY BARNES, BILLY THORPE, HEADHUNTERS) - Guitar
Mark Evans (AC/DC, SWANEE, HEAVEN) - Bass
Aaron Pye (ADAM HARVEY, TROY CASSAR DALY, BECKY COLE) - Drums
THE BLACK VALENTINES will be appearing all Thursdays in July at The Bridge Hotel, Rozelle. Start time is 10 pm 'til late. Doors open 9pm, $10.
In other AC/DC-related news, Chrome Dreams has released an AC/DC interview CD, titled "AC/DC X-Posed". The CD, which is unauthorized by the band, comes with a small poster and features interviews of Bon Scott and Brian Johnson.
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