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Set list

Exact set list unknown, but certainly included these.

  • Love Song (intro)
  • Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
  • She's Got Balls
  • Problem Child
  • Live Wire
  • Jailbreak
  • Gonorrhea
  • The Jack
  • Can I Sit Next To You Girl
  • T.N.T.
  • High Voltage
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Rocker
  • Line Up

    Angus Young - Lead Guitar
    Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
    Bon Scott - Lead Vocals
    Mark Evans - Bass
    Phil Rudd - Drums

    Info

    Supported by: Stars, Punkz

    Promoter: Evans Gudinsky & Associates

    Fan reviews:

    By Graeme Sharp, Brisbane Australia:
    Whoever sent you that set list wasn't there. I was. It's correct,but they did NOT play Can I Sit next to You Girl or the Rocker. I recorded this gig and still have that recording. It was a great showand. I remember hanging out with Bon, Angus and Mark after the show.

    By Graeme Sharp, Brisbane,QLD ,Australia:
    I remember this gig well. The set list was exactly as mentioned. Punkz did not play at this gig. The only support was Stars. The band played brilliantly and Bon was at his best. Sadly, the concert was poorly attended and as the band was so loud, it often seemed that the crowd were not reacting as they could hardly be heard. Bon made a few quips like "next time we play Bundaberg we'll play at the local cemetery. We'll get more life out of the people there. Can't clap one handed can you? I think you're all pulling yourselves!" That got a response and during the intro to Live Wire he said "hey, there's somebody out there!" The band's rig was pulling more power than the showground supply could deal with, so the band played the entire set with minimal lighting. Mainly an orange/white wash and spotlights. The gig ended with a killer version of baby Please Don't go, with Bon leaping from the PA stack onto the stage. The band's dressing rooms were the stables out the back. Very rock and roll. A great performance and a perfect example of a band giving 100 percent, even under trying circumstances.

    By Stephen Gilchrist, Brisbane Qld Australia:
    Shit Yeah! This may well have been my First Outdoor Rock Show in my Home Town. I loved It, Hell we all loved it! I remember seeing Bon Scott on top of the giant stack of speakers at the front of the stage belting out tunes and rocking out with the Crowd. I was 16 at the time. That guy had a great way with words, a true word Smith. Truly a great initiation for a Rock n Roll Life Style of which I have enjoyed all my life.
    The Band was tight
    And on they shone
    They played into the Night
    Man we loved our Bon!

     

     

     

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  • 19 Dec. 1976: Bundaberg, Showgrounds
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