There are tribute bands, and then there’s BCDC. They were born of bush party ashes in
the summer of 1999. Some 1100 unexpected gigs later, Canada’s BC/DC has systematically
redefined the concept of a tribute band, garnering iconic status amongst diehard fans, agents,
and venues from Vancouver BC to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. From the backyard biker bashes
of Ymir, to the star-studded legendary rooms of Las Vegas. CFL Stadiums and NHL Arenas….
From Nelson, BC to Shanghai, China.
While a web search will turn up dozens of AC/DC cover acts around the world, there aren’t
likely many who’ve so successfully branded the Aussie band’s timeless raunch with such epic
rock n’ roll fury, while also managing to bottle the essence of a wild frontier lifestyle.
If there’s a Canadian cultural export any rowdier than Nelson British Columbia’s BC/DC, you
can bet your axe lead guitarist Marc the Sharc will hang up his Gibson SG in shame.
Legendary shows. Empty beer fridges. Attendance records. Ringing Ears.
Remember the first time you believed in rock n’ roll? Welcome back.