The logo is a modified version of the AC/DC logo
|Origin||San Francisco, California, United States|
|Members||Amy Ward (Bonny Scott)
Nici Williams (Riff Williams)
Sara Brownwell (Mallory Young)
Tina Gordon (Philomena Rudd)
Pamela Ausejo (Agnes Young)
|Past members||Tina Lucchesi (Phyllis Rudd)
Erin McDermott (Mallory Young)
Alison Victor (Agnes Young)
Natalie (Mallory Young)
Clementine (Phyllis Rudd)
Gretchen Menn (Agnes Young)
AC/DShe (pronounced A C - D She) is an all-female AC/DC tribute band. The band, hailing from San Francisco, covers only pre-1980 AC/DC songs (thus those written while Bon Scott was still alive). The band was created by Nici Williams and Amy Ward in 1997. AC/DShe has toured throughout the US and in Europe and performed at the AC/DC tribute festival in Wales in 2004. They began getting significant media coverage in November 2001, with a feature in Details Magazine and have had national and international press since, alongside other gender-specific tribute acts such as Lez Zeppelin and Mandonna. They were also featured in an article on Hustler magazine that covered all-female tribute bands.
- Current members
- Amy Ward (Briana Johnson) - lead vocals
- Pamela Ausejo (Agnes Young) - lead guitar
- Sara Brownell (Mallory Young) - rhythm guitar, background vocals
- Nicki Williams (Riff Williams) - bass, background vocals
- Tina Gordon (Philomena Rudd) - drums
- Former members
- Tina Lucchesi (Phyllis Rudd) - drums
- Erin McDermott (Mallory Young) - rhythm guitar, background vocals
- Alison Victor (Agnes Young) - lead guitar
- Natalie Smith (Mallory Young) - rhythm guitar, background vocals
- Clementine Ross (Phyllis Rudd) - drums
- Gretchen Menn (Agnes Young) - lead guitar
- Klosterman, Chuck. "Dude Rocks Like a Lady". SPIN, June 2005. Rpt. in Chuck Klosterman IV: A Decade of Curious People and Dangerous Ideas (Scribner, 2006), pp. 175-186.
- Coddon, David L. "These Riot Grrrls Will Walk All Over You". San Diego Union-Tribune, April 24, 2003. Available through Lexis-Nexis.
- Pata, Chad. AC/DShe Rocks On for AC/DC's Sake. Honolulu Advertiser, July 9, 2004. Accessed June 26, 2007.
- Vaziri, Aidin. Rock'n'role playing. San Francisco Chronicle, March 7, 2004. Accessed June 26, 2007.
- Hustler, January 2009 - "For Chicks About to Rock, We Salute You!"]