Hell's Bells

HELL’S BELLES AC DC TRIBUTE BAND

GOLDEN NUGGET’S THE DECK//7 P.M. THURSDAY, JUNE 9

WHO ARE THEY: Formed in 2000, Hell’s Bells is an all-female AC DC tribute band which Angus Young himself described to “Blender” in 2003 as “The best AC/DC band I’ve heard.” The group has played all around the world in places such as Singapore, Japan and Canada, along with cities all throughout the United States. Far from being a gimmick, this band consists of top-notch musicians with a love and passion for AC/DC music who play it better than just about anybody other than the original band itself.

WHAT TO EXPECT: Last summer the all-female AC DC tribute band Hell’s Belles rocked Golden Nugget Atlantic City’ Deck so hard that area fans demanded a repeat performance. On Thursday, 103.7 WMGM teams up with Golden Nugget for Hell’s Belles Ball 2. The event features free parking, $1 beers from 7 till 8 p.m., $1.50 beers after 8 p.m., lots of giveaways and prizes and, of course, the hard-driving, manic energy of Hell’s Belles. Concertgoers will be rocking their face off to hit such as “You Shook Me All Night Long,” “Live Wire,” “TNT,” “Thunderstruck,” “Highway to Hell,” “Hell’s Bells” and “Back in Black.”

SHOW INFO: Tickets can be won by tuning into 103.7 FM or going to 1037wmgm.com.

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