AC/DC Bassist Honored By The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino: Photos Available

WOLFMOTHER frontman Andrew Stockdale and bassist Chris Ross joined fellow Australian musician, AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams, as he unveiled a memorabilia case in his honor during a dedication ceremony at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Thursday (December 7) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Check out pictures from WENN and Getty Images.

The Irish edition of The Mirror newspaper recently reported that AC/DC have been asked to headline next summer's spectacular in Slane, Ireland.

A source revealed: "At this stage AC/DC are the number one target for Slane 2007. The show would be a huge hit and help Slane become the talk of the music world again.

"AC/DC are one of the biggest selling bands in history and they would definitely sell somewhere as big as Slane out."

AC/DC have sold over 160 million albums since they launched in 1973.

They are also said to be negotiating outdoor concerts in London, France and Germany next summer.


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