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AC/DC Was In the Four Seasons Hotel Bar Saturday Night. Were You?

Rocks Off hears members of AC/DC had a grand old time, um, "warming up" for Sunday's show at Toyota Center. We know they were there because a friend of Rocks Off's in town from Austin had lunch next to Angus and Mrs. Young Sunday at the Four Seasons' in-house restaurant, Quattro. "Evidently they caused quite a ruckus" the night before, she says. If you saw or heard anything else, let us know in the comments. We are so glad to hear AC/DC still parties like the plane is going down, because that's going to be us one day, minus the bazillions of dollars. We just hope no one got "The Jack," and that perhaps the band's escapades will inspire them to write a sequel to "Thunderstruck" on their next album... whenever that is. By the way, AC/DC's odds-n'-sods CD/DVD package, Backtracks, is out today.

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