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AC/DC Cancels Phoenix Show (After Jerking Fans Around For Two Months)

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Wanna talk about a band that's rough on its fans: AC/DC has canceled the previously postponed Phoenix show nearly two months after putting it off because their sissy singer "needed some rest." Now, due to "scheduling conflicts," the Black Ice Tour has gone from "on ice" to dead.

Refunds are available at point of purchase. Live Nation reminds you that you can "still catch AC/DC's highly successful Black Ice World Tour in Las Vegas Friday, April 9, 2010 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena as it makes its first stop in the city." In the very slightest of nods to Phoenix fans you'll be able to purchase pre-sale tickets by visiting www.livenation.com and using the password "Phoenix" today through Sunday. Tickets for that, by the way, are priced at $93.98.

Is anyone seriously thinking of attending that show? Does anyone in Phoenix really want to see these guys after this debacle? Perhaps it's time for this "hard rock" outfit to hang it up; they're just embarrassing their Back in Black era selves now.

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