Well- respected for his skills and beloved for his showmanship on stage, Angus leads a quiet life off stage dispensing sage wisdom and quick wit. Keeping the band on track is always top of mind for Angus but especially for his brother Malcom, who he is always watching out for.
Accompanying Angus on guitar in the rhythm section. brother to Angus, but also the most grumpy and short-tempered band member with the constant “bleeping” throughout the show. Has a bad driving record from frequent accidents but enjoys the freedom of traveling in America, if there were just less people to talk to.
Singing in the style of Bon Scott, AC/DC's late original singer, Bon handles the crowd with a welcome ease. Always the flirt, his graceful, ringleader style will charm any crowd. In his "Fireside Chat", included in the pre-show, Bon brings that wit to bear in his poetry.
Singing in the style of Brian Johnson, AC/DC's current singer, Brian's job is Road Manager and general "Chaos Coordinator". Brian keeps the party going with his sing -along style, pumping up all audiences. In the pre-show, he fancies himself a handyman in "This Old Bandhouse" but always fails.
"I play bass"
Pheelup holds down the beat of the rhythm section, earning him the moniker, “The Thunder from Downunder”. Pheelup is excellent with technology and gives dubious advice on his show, “Dr. Pheel”. He is always looking for the bigger and badder drum set as he is constantly breaking his drums. His favorite phrase is “CRIKEY” and is heard throughout the show.
Frank handles the crowd and helps the band with the "Rules of the Show" at the start of each performance. Frank interacts with the crowd before ,during , and after the show. This helps every show to run smoothly...or does it?