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AC/DC tribute band to shake Chilliwack all night long

Vancouver-based band Rock or Bust coming to Chilliwack Cultural Centre
AC/DC tribute band Rock or Bust is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on March 15. (Submitted by Kim Kahl)

A Vancouver-based AC/DC tribute band will be rocking Chilliwack in March.

Rock or Bust is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on March 15.

Billed as the “ultimate” AC/DC tribute band, they have played sold-out shows from northern B.C. and Alberta and rocked crowds as far as Los Cabo Mexico.

Kim Kahl takes on the role of lead vocalist Brian Johnson, and is joined by fellow bandmates Len Osanic (as Angus Young) on lead guitar, Kenny Fishowner (as Cliff Williams) on bass and back-up vocals, Robert Graves (as Malcolm Young) on rhythm guitar, and Rod Snift (as Phil Rudd) on drums.

Together, they play the part of the original Australian rock band members to deliver the look and sound of the real deal, playing hits such as Highway to Hell, Shook Me All Night Long, Hells Bells, Back in Black and many others.

“Rock or Bust achieves a high-energy rock show that will have you out of your seats rockin’ till the end of the show and wanting more,” Kahl stated in an email.

Kim Kahl, frontman of AC/DC tribute band Rock or Bust, and his fellow bandmates will be at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on March 15, 2024. (K-J Millar/ Black Press Media file)

They have performed in casinos, theatres, arenas and outdoor festivals.

“It’s one powerful show you won’t want to miss. Come and enjoy the ultimate AC/DC experience.”

Road manager is Monica Kahl and sound technician is Nick Tyzio.

Rock or Bust is at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Friday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $59.30 (early bird tickets $54.30) and available at the Centre Box Office, online at, or by calling 604-391-SHOW(7469).

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Jenna Hauck

About the Author: Jenna Hauck

I started my career at The Chilliwack Progress in 2000 as a photojournalist.
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