AC/DC: Let There be Rock

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Launch night: 4th February 2009
Exhibition: 5th February – 31st May 2009

In celebration of what is likely to be AC/DC’s last world tour, Proud Camden presents AC/DC: Let There be Rock– a photographic portrait of a band so prolific their sales figures rank second only to the Beatles. This exhibition will take place to coincide with the UK culmination of the arena tour, and marks the anniversary of the original singer Bon Scott’s untimely death.

In reaction to the reception AC/DC have received throughout their career, Proud Camden will look not at the musical super power as they are today, but instead at a young AC/DC, a band who themselves could not have predicted the phenomenal worldwide success they were to achieve.

Shot through the lens of celebrated rock photographer Philip Morris, this collection shines new light on members of the original line-up, including unseen images of the late Bon Scott alongside his iconic band mates. In his career as a rock photographer Morris has amassed an unrivalled archive of Australian rock photography, this will be the first time these images are showcased in the UK and includes images not previously seen anywhere in the world.

An absolute must for fans of AC/DC old and new, this is the only chance to see the definitive exhibition of a band whose influence is unwavering at a time of huge importance to both the band and their followers.

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Unseen AC/DC photography exhibition forthcoming at Proud Camden