New Track Featuring AC/DC Members Streaming Online

The Classic Rock Cares web site has been updated with the following message:

"AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams and former JOHN ENTWISTLE BAND drummer Steve Luongo met at a hurricane relief concert produced by the John Entwistle (late bassist for THE WHO) Foundation in 2005. The year that followed found Cliff and Steve jamming together when the opportunity arose. In 2007 they were joined in the studio by guitar virtuoso Mark Hitt and AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson for a bit of fun. In the months that followed this group of musicians did what all musicians do. They wrote and recorded music together. In the spring of 2007 Cliff and Brian agreed to lend their talents to a fund raising tour dubbed Classic Rock Cares. The proceeds from the tour will go to the foundation's primary mission of free music education and instruments for underprivileged children through the public library system. It was decided that in addition to their AC/DC hits Cliff and Brian would perform some new material as well. 'Chain Gang on the Road' is a sample of what people can expect in addition to the AC/DC hits. There was never a plan for this music and the only plan currently is to enjoy performing it while helping those in need."

The track "Chain Gang on the Road" is available for streaming at this location.


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