- Celebrity·Guitar World
Sam Fender’s old guitar teacher joined him onstage to play AC/DC hits with Brian Johnson – and absolutely nailed Angus Young’s solos
“I wouldn’t have been able to do any of this if it wasn’t for your tutelage,” Fender wrote to his old tutor, who channeled prime Young on an Epiphone SGThanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Consequence of Sound
AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Joins Sam Fender Onstage for “Back in Black” and “You Shook Me All Night Long”: Watch
The AC/DC singer dropped in on Fender's homecoming gig in Newcastle. AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Joins Sam Fender Onstage for “Back in Black” and “You Shook Me All Night Long”: Watch Jon HadusekThanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Louder Sound
Brian Johnson performed two AC/DC classics for 50,000 fans at a Sam Fender show at Newcastle's St. James ParkThanks for your feedback!
AC/DC's Brian Johnson joins Sam Fender onstage in Newcastle for Back In Black and You Shook Me All Night Long
The Geordie hometown heroes uniteThanks for your feedback!
Flume, Slowthai, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Sam Fender, Idles and scores more are confirmed.Thanks for your feedback!
The guitar giant will support these emerging artists from across the world throughout 2023Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Guitar World
Newly unveiled Fender Next Class of 2023 highlights 25 guitar-powered artists you need to hear this year
Momma, Bartees Strange, Samm Henshaw, Wallice, Dayglow, The Mysterines and more have been selected for the program, which will provide them with Fender products and marketing supportThanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Associated Press
Fender hails from a working-class seaside town in northeast England, and his music has been compared to Bruce Springsteen. The sound of 45,000 people singing along with gusto to every achy lyric of Fender's brilliant song, “Seventeen Going Under," will feel familiar to Springsteen fans.Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·The Telegraph
In 2022, I saw the future of music – and it looked like the past. For Abba Voyage, Blade Runner met the Eurovision Song Contest in a blockbuster, multimedia, sci-fi spectacular, which saw the septuagenarian Swedish supergroup Abba return to the stage every bit as svelte and glamorous as when they broke up 40 years ago. The success of the so-called “Abbatars” (digital avatars of Benny, Bjorn, Agnetha and Frida) performing at a state-of-the-art purpose-built arena in London’s Olympic Park was theThanks for your feedback!
Lewis Capaldi, Foals and Sam Fender will also top stages at the beloved English fests.Thanks for your feedback!