Sin City recall AC/DC’s Bon Scott years on the highway to tribute hell at Shire Hall

Sin City vocalist Gary John Jenkins and guitarist Ash JD Baker

SIN City, The Bon Scott Years AC/DC tribute, will make its Shire Hall, Howden debut on September 29 in the second show of Howden Live’s autumn season

After nearly a decade, Ash JD Baker, former Angus Young in the AC/DC tribute show Live/Wire, makes his long-awaited return to the Australian guitarist’s trademark school uniform. Joining him will be former band mate Gary John Jenkins, reprising his role of original AC/DC vocalist Bon Scott, as they re-create the sound and stage presence of the late-1970s’ AC/DC.

Alongside them will be bassist Dave Parker, who has held down the thundering low end in AC/DC tributes for the past decade. Citing both Mark Evans (AC/DC 1975-1977) and Cliff Williams (AC/DC 1977-2016) as major influences, he mirrors their tone, musical approach and attack.

Rhythm guitarist Matthew Nixon will recall the signature tone and playing style of the young Malcolm Young. Drummer Al Cormell will capture the swing and groove of Phil Rudd to build a huge wall of sound as Sin City journeys through Bon Scott’s years from High Voltage to Highway To Hell.

Tickets are on sale at, on 01430 432510 and from the Dove House Hospice shop (01430 431660) in hard copy form only.