Xtreme AC/DC Tribute
DateJune 3, 2022
Event Starts7:30 PM
FGF WEEK 1: Feel Good Fridays kick-of with the Peony Festival feature concert experience, DIRTY DEEDS. This extreme tribute features “two” high-energy shows, complete with exciting stage props and non-stop action! The first show is a dedication to the Bon Scott era and the second show is a tribute to the Brian Johnson era. This dual “look-alike Show” is the only AC/DC tribute that actually changes costumes and transforms from Bon Scott to Brian Johnson. Two shows in one! Dirty Deeds is able to modify the show to one set if requested and still provide both Bon and Brian “look-alikes” in that one set.
As DIRTY DEEDS proceeds to rifle through one iconic AC/DC hit after another, the action is non stop and the crowd is sure to be on their feet, moving to the beat and singing along with every song! The band looks like and re-creates the music and performance of AC/DC with an incredible Bon Scott look alike. Dirty Deeds has spot-on perfection of Bon’s voice, and international guitar virtuoso “Freddy DeMarco” as Angus Young's character, played with the accuracy of the album versions while showing all the crazy energy of a “young” Angus.
What would a tribute to the early years of AC/DC be without bagpipes? Yes, that's right, singer and Bon Scott impersonator John Welch will play the pipes to accurately reproduce the famous song “It’s A Long Way To The Top If you Want To Rock and Roll." This fun-filled first set is loaded with all the details to recreate an authentic AC/DC experience.
But wait, it's not over yet! There's still another complete show to unleash! Suspense is again created as Hells Bell begins to toll and emerges from the shadows while lowering toward the stage! This marks the beginning of our tribute to the Brian Johnson era of AC/DC.
DIRTY DEEDS will also sport a full costume change and stage makeover, including a replica of AC/DC's Hell's Bell and canons flanking the stage to create the true vibe of the post-Bon Scott / modern AC/DC era. DIRTY DEEDS plays and sings the Brian Johnson era material every bit as accurately as they do the Bon Scott songs, taking no prisoners and leaving the audience literally spellbound!
This Tribute will literally leave you thunderstruck and screaming for more!