Mark Evans, former bass player for AC/DC during their classic Bon Scott era, and former BUFFALO frontman Dave Tice will perform a fund-raiser for a Sydney (Australia) school later this month, according to Undercover News.
Tice and Evans will perform their acoustic blues set on July 25 to raise money for the Annandale North Public School at The Empire Hotel in Annandale.
"It's great to be able to support the local community," said Evans. "Both Dave and I are residents of the inner west and find it rewarding to be able to help the local community."
A $10 cover charge will go to the school to help raise much-needed funds for the school programs to be determined by the P & C Committee.
Why Annandale Primary? "Our daughter goes there," Mark's wife Bille told Undercover News. "Dave's kids go to another school, so Mark and Dave both help each other out with their school fund-raisers."
"It should be a good night and it's a great excuse for parents to a 'guilt-free' night out after surviving the school holidays," Mark added.
Mark Evans appeared on several early AC/DC records, including "High Voltage", "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap", "Let There Be Rock" and "TNT" (Australia).
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