CHRIS CAFFERY Jams With AC/DC Members In Poughkeepsie
Guitarist Chris Caffery (SAVATAGE, TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA, DORO) has issued the following update:
"I was invited up to play 'Highway To Hell' with Brian Johnson and Cliff Williams of AC/DC [on Saturday, July 21] at the Chance in Poughkeepsie. I was not planning on going anywhere tonite, but decided to head out at the last minute. Joe Lynn Turner [RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE] was also singing along with special guest Jessie James Dupree from JACKYL. This was for the John Entwistle Foundation, Classic Rock Cares.
"I saw this show in Atlantic City last week.
"Brian and Joe asked if I was interested in getting involved with this in my off time.
"I hope this just the first of many times I get to share the stage with these guys. It is a great thing they are doing. The proceeds go to fund musical instruments for underpriveleged kids.
"What an incredible experience. Brian is the coolest and funniest person I have ever met! They were pretty excited to see what a great place Poughkeepsie is to play. Gotta love it there!"
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