Dirty Deeds rocked the house. The Rochester Opera House to be specific, over the weekend. The AC/DC tribute band fronted by Bob Conti played to a very energetic crowd of AC/DC fans. The band is a group of great musicians who really provide the full experience of seeing the iconic rock band. A full 2-hour set of all the best AC/DC songs along with a stage presentation that hits all the items you would expect from a tribute band. “Angus” is an incredible guitarist with his “SG” re-creating all the solos and signature moves. All night they were running from end to end of the stage in AC/DC attire, playing to the fans who filled the front area to join in the action.
Rhythm guitar duties are filled by Mike Joly, with Chris Rapoza on bass and Chris Longo on the drums. All are accomplished musicians with years of experience performing, and it shows. They keep the fans engaged and hold true to the band they pay tribute to. The energy that the lead guitar and drummer expend is unbelievable. Having seen them a couple times now I guarantee you will not be disappointed. The band has a busy touring schedule so keep an eye out and catch the show!