AC/DC 'Family Jewels' Exhibition To Be Held In Sydney
According to The Daily Telegraph, Australia's Family Jewels, a new exhibition celebrating the history, music, performance and creativity of AC/DC, will open at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney on September 11.
"There is little doubt that after 35 years on the world stage AC/DC are by far Australia's most successful and influential performing artists," said exhibition curator Tim Fisher.
"AC/DC Australia's Family Jewels links the material history of the band to the experience of their music. The exhibition also tries to convey the place that AC/DC holds for their devoted fans."
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