Lee Robinson and Jeff Young of the Raleigh-based AC/DC tribute band Thunderstruck NC can now boast a connection to the original hard-rock band from Australia. Robinson, left, got invited to audition for the lead vocalist role and sang with the band in Australia, a job he lost out to Axl Rose.
Lee Robinson and Jeff Young of the Raleigh-based AC/DC tribute band Thunderstruck NC can now boast a connection to the original hard-rock band from Australia. Robinson, left, got invited to audition for the lead vocalist role and sang with the band in Australia, a job he lost out to Axl Rose. Chris Formont
Lee Robinson and Jeff Young of the Raleigh-based AC/DC tribute band Thunderstruck NC can now boast a connection to the original hard-rock band from Australia. Robinson, left, got invited to audition for the lead vocalist role and sang with the band in Australia, a job he lost out to Axl Rose. Chris Formont

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