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Dave Evans (born July 20, 1953) is a Welsh-born singer raised in North Queensland, Australia. When he turned 17 he moved to Sydney, where he met the brothers Malcolm and Angus Young, Colin Burgess and Larry Van Kriedt, with whom he formed AC / DC, which over time has come to be considered one of the bands of Greatest Hard Rock of all time and of which Evans was the first vocalist.
The first AC / DC concert was at Sydney’s Cheequers Nightclub on New Year’s Eve 1973, where the band performed live their first single ‘Can I Sit Next To You Girl / Rocking in The Parlor’. Soon after, various anger with the Young brothers led Dave to leave the band. He was replaced by Bon Scott, whom Malcolm and Angus had met a short time before.
Dave pursued his solo career in a band called Rabbit, starting in 1975. With Rabbit he recorded a couple of albums, “Rabbit” and “Too Much Rock And Roll”, and appeared in numerous television shows. After a few years of absence, in 1985 he formed Dave Evans and Thunder Down Under, a band that recorded a tribute album to AC / DC. That tribute album was called ‘A Hell of a Night’. It was recorded live, as a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the death of Bon Scott. Within it, there are eight songs, of which originally six were recorded by Bon Scott and two by Dave Evans.
In 2006 he appeared his successful “Sinner”, disc with which he made his corresponding tour through the United States, Europe and Australia.
Two years later he released “Judgment Day”, which would be his second solo album.
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