Mullingar will be rocking this June Bank Holiday Sunday as Hells Bells hit town with their own tribute to the legendary rock band AD/DC. This will be one of only two performances the group will be playing in Ireland this year and they promise to put on a performance not to be missed including all the classic tracks.
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The Greville Arms is the venue for this feast of rock and roll and tickets are on sale from the hotel now priced at just €15 each.
Formed in 1996 and hailing from Bristol, Hells Bells has evolved into perhaps the most well-known and professional AC/DC tribute band in the United Kingdom. Touring the length and breadth of Britain & Ireland for over 16 years playing the music of the legendary AC/DC, Hells Bells have built up a loyal following of fans and continue to do so wherever they play.
The band play material from both the Bon Scott and Brian Johnson eras, covering four decades of classic no-nonsense, foot stomping rock n roll!
From the blistering scream of the vocals, the duck-walks, the pounding rhythm & bass and the frenzied schoolboy antics to the booming cannons and pyrotechnics at the finale. The camaraderie of all 5 musicians is second to none and the excitement & passion shines through the music. All the elements are there for an awesome show of spectacle and power.
Hells Bells roster of gigs has expanded year on year and in 2011/2012 played to over 40000 people at venues throughout Great Britain, Ireland, Czech Republic, Portugal, Oman, Belgium, Slovakia and Bahrain.
Hells Bells have played alongside a number of established and successful bands through the years such as Status Quo, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Company of Snakes, Wilko Johnson band to name but a few and have a garnered some extremely positive feedback from their performances:
“Never go on after Hells Bells, they’re lethal”
-Don Airey (Deep Purple, Ozzy Osbourne, Gary Moore)
“A RIPPER SHOW!” – Joel O’ Keefe (Airbourne)
“One we have seen and recommend” - Classic Rock magazine