Five of us made up of Wakefield and York MAG plus one independent made our way to 'Sin City' for a night of 'Dirty Deeds' at the Theatre Royal on Westgate.
Angus led his bitches into the auditorium to the roar of approval from the frenzied crowd, the loose school girl uniforms, short skirts and fishnet stockings drew attention as people pointed and nodded approval, we were 'Back In Black' and 'Ready To Rock'.
The canons roared, the 'Hells Bells' boomed, the thunderflash lit up the stage and we were off, from the first chord of 'Highway To Hell' to the final encore of 'Whole Lot A Rosie'.
We rocked till we dropped. There were as many people watching us as the band as we played our blow up guitars and sang every song from the early Bon Scott days to the present day Brian Johnson.
The band recognised our efforts and gave us a round of applause. Fortunately there wasn't anyone sat behind us so we could stand up and dance around as much as we liked although almost everyone else had stood up after the first couple of songs and people were quite literally dancing in the aisles.
LiveWire are quite unique in that they have two front men representing each era and all are very competent musicians reproducing the sights and sounds of AC/DC exactly so that you wouldn't really know the difference. There was much audience participation as we sang 'The Jack' and 'TNT' with gusto and chants of "Angus", "Angus" between every song. We had been 'Shook all night long' and almost had a 'Touch Too Much' but the concert finally came to a close and everyone decided 'That's The Way I Wanna Rock And Roll'.
And so it was off to the pub to wind down and wave to the other revellers as we watched ghosts, ghouls and witches wind their way up Westgate (well it was Halloween). We were still buzzing as we finally parted company in the early hours of Sunday morning but all in agreement that 'Rock And Roll Aint Noise Pollution' and 'Hell Aint A Bad Place To Be'.