Review: Livewire - buzzing with energy

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Gigs, in my opinion should be so good that you make you feel glad to be alive. And that is exactly what Live/Wire did on Friday evening.

This rather unique six man tribute to rock music’s biggest legends, AC/DC, complete with a wall of Marshall amps delivered over two hours of high voltage rock ‘n’ roll, rocked the foundations of Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline and whipped the crowd into a frenzy that left the venue so hot that sweat was trying to climb the walls.

The band raced through all the biggest and best hits of the giants of rock including ‘Back in Black’, ‘Highway to Hell’ and ‘You Shook me All Night Long’ and never seemed to pause for breath.

Live/Wire were bursting with energy from start to finish and captured the essence of AC/DC to perfection with the help of Gary on lead vocals as Bon and Pete supplying lead vocals as Brian - they have the charisma, the rawness and the talent of their heroes.

The band wanted to put their audience slap bang in the middle of the show something that they did with ease.

The songs went on and on until the cannons fire ceremoniously to bring the evening to a superb crashing end.

A great night of live music that left every single person that was in the Carnegie hall, thoroughly entertained, begging for more and without a voice from all the singing and screaming.