The Subways blown away by supporting AC/DC at Wembley
ROCK band The Subways were blown away after supporting heroes AC/DC at their massive Wembley Stadium concert on Friday night. The WGC trio were called up by the Aussie legends as last-minute substitutes for main support act Thin Lizzy. And The Subways –
ROCK band The Subways were "blown away" after supporting heroes AC/DC at their massive Wembley Stadium concert on Friday night.
The WGC trio were called up by the Aussie legends as last-minute substitutes for main support act Thin Lizzy.
And The Subways - guitarist Billy Lunn, bassist Charlotte Cooper and drummer Josh Morgan - enjoyed the experience of playing in front of 60,000 plus fans at the home of English football.
Posting on Twitter, the band wrote: "We're still blown away by the size of the gig we just played!"
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A few hours earlier, lead singer Billy also posted: "Are backstage at Wembley. Got food from AC/DC's catering and chilling in our dressing room."
The Subways will again be supporting AC/DC on Tuesday night at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland.
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Irish group Thin Lizzy - on the bill for next month's Sonisphere Festival at Knebworth - were forced to cancel their Wembley and Glasgow appearances due to an injury to drummer Tommy Aldridge.