The Night AC/DC Rocked Casper, Wyoming
Rock music fans are mourning the loss of another legend. Saturday, AC/DC guitarist and co-founder Malcolm Young died at the age of 64. Here's a look back at the one and only time AC/DC rocked the great state of Wyoming.
Wednesday, July 27, 1988, the band brought their Blow Up Your Video Tour with White Lion to the Casper Events Center. Malcolm Young was struggling with alcoholism at the time and was temporarily replaced by his nephew Stevie Young.
The show began with a missile rising from the stage. After Malcolm's brother Angus Young emerged from the prop, the band launched a 20-song set with "Heatseeker", "Shoot To Thrill", Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" and "Back In Black".
Along with a career-spanning string of hits, the set also featured four songs from their latest album, "Blow Up Your Video", including their final live performance of "Go Zone". Two hours later, the sold-out crowd roared their approval as the band returned for the encore with "Highway to Hell", "T.N.T." and "For Those About To Rock".