A new exhibition of AC/DC music memorabilia which commemorates Bon Scott’s last album Highway to Hell has been unveiled in his home town.
The annual celebration of Kirriemuir’s rock god son is shaping up to be the best and biggest yet after a high voltage response to the internationally-renowned event.
Bon Scott’s son has said the annual Kirriemuir tribute to the AC/DC rock god is something his late father would have “truly treasured with all his heart”.
As a son of Angus, he scaled heights countless outdoor enthusiasts have since followed in his name.
A 1978 letter written by Kirriemuir rock hero Bon Scott will go under the hammer on Thursday.
He is the Kirriemuir rock legend who never performed in his home town.
A Bonfest boozer has been hammered with a four-figure fine after a double police assault at the height of this year’s international celebration of Kirriemuir’s AC/DC rock star son.
AC/DC legend Bon Scott’s legacy has been described as stronger than it has ever been in Angus.
Kirriemuir rock hero Bon Scott’s music is proving popular with a whole new fanbase thanks to the first AC/DC gay band.
AC/DC fans rocked up to Kirriemuir to take the weekend spotlight for a film shoot which could reach an audience of 50 million.