#1
Okay I am a die hard Ac/Dc fan, and I recently bout family Jewels (DVD and book.) And I've only been watching disc one, the one with Bon Scott. Not saying I dont like Brian, but when ever I watch him perform (Bon) I get extrealmly sad, becuase I've read books about books about Ac/Dc and I know Bon was a kick-ass friendly guy, that got along with everyone that gave him respect. So do any of you get extreamly sad or pissed when you watch one of your favorite artists perform that are dead.


+ The 18th or 19th of this month is gonna be 27 years since his death. R.I.P Bon Scott
#2
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Johnny Ramone. Too bad he was conservative.
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#5
I Almost get teary just thinking about what its going to be like when David Gilmour. But he might just be immortal for god like reasons.
#6
Watching the Concert for George (Harrison) was a bit depressing. He's always been my favorite Beatle.
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#7
i get sad watching dimebag perform, because he died just before i really got into metal... and people like randy rhoads and jimi hendrix, who died really young, and never had a chance to reach their full potential
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#14
Bon Scott, Randy Rhoads...
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#15
I cant wait to die, and see the great gig in the sky, imagine it man, the guitarist, the vocals the drummers (only one, Bonzo cuz he kicks so much ass he is the drummer), that would be the best gig. HOLY SHIT IMAGINE THAT! Hendrix, Page, Angus, Malcom, Iommi, Roads, all the legendary bass players, Bonzo on drums, Bon scott , Kobain, DIO, Ozzy all siging.. Holy shit I just creamed my pants. (I know the majority of them arent dead, but in the next 20-30 years think about it...almost all of them.. are gonna be gone..
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#18
I loved Bonny so much,he seemed like such a good person.

Funny thing he recommended Brian....


What was really bad for me is that Boz Burrell had passed away recently.
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I Almost get teary just thinking about what its going to be like when David Gilmour. But he might just be immortal for god like reasons.


Same here.

I also feel like that about SRV. It makes me sad that he is dead, because I never saw him play live. He died 9 months before I was born.
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