AUSSIE rock legend Angry Anderson will join hard working band Black Label for a special gig at Moorebank Sports Club on Friday night.
In rock music circles Anderson needs no introduction thanks to his days as loud frontman of the raucous bad boys of the Rose Tattoo.
With Black Label serving as his backing band he'll most ably churn out a 90-minute set of classics from not only the Tatts [including Rock And Roll Outlaw and Bad Boy For Love], but also the likes of AC/DC, the Rolling Stones, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Billy Thorpe.
Black Label are most certainly up to the task of backing the dynamic frontman, having earned their chops on the Australian music scene for the past 25 years.
In that time they've supported the likes of The Angels, The Screaming Jets, The Poor, Mal Eastick and The Radiators and have played numerous festivals and motorcycle shows around the country.
Black Label toured Europe in 2008 and are currently signed to French Record Label Bad Reputation.
They have released six albums. Lead singer of the group, Steve Mulry, is brother of late Aussie legend Ted Mulry.
The guys will take to the Moorebank Sports Club stage from 9.30pm.
For details, call the club on 9825 3300.