Former AC/DC Bassist To Be Featured In New Documentary

Paul Cashmere of Undercover News reports that filmmaker Adam Fell is putting together a documentary about former AC/DC member Mark Evans and BUFFALO singer Dave Tice.

TICE & EVANS have a residency at Sydney, Australia's Bridge Hotel in Rozelle. Their show on February 16 will be shot as a part of the documentary.

"Adam did some work at Channel 31," Evans tells Undercover News. "He makes a lot of short films and wanted to put something about us together. He was a bit of a fan and saw something in the story of Dave and myself so he is putting this together for the Montreal Film Festival."

So far, Fell has filmed three or four shows and next stop is the Bridge Hotel. "We chose the Bridge Hotel for the final shoot as it's our home ground," Evans said. "The owner, Richard Keough, has been unbelievably supportive, we are now in the 9th year of our residency."

Read more at Undercover News.


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