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"AC/DC Premier Tribute Bare Rump To Support Myelin Project in 2005!!"

Bare Rump, The Premier Tribute To AC/DC, has announced that they will be raising money towards Myelin Research during 2005!

Bare Rump will perform at Moto4Myelin on Saturday, May 28 in Port Perry, Ontario which is a motorcycle show n' shine. This event is a major fundraiser for the Myelin Project.

Bare Rump will be selling limited edition t-shirts at each gig in 2005 for only $20, with $5 of each sale being donated to this worthy cause.

For more information, visit Bare Rump's website at www.barerump.com for additional information and links. - 2005 Press Release


"AC/DC tribute Bare Rump will titillate Wolf's Howl Nov 28 (2003)"

Even if you're not a big AC/DC fan (but especially if you are, of course) you may find yourself highly enamoured of Bare Rump, an AC/CD clone outfit with a twist. One of the highlights, a real rarity anywhere, is that guitarist Angus Young is portrayed by a woman: tiny fireball Angie Sandow. As you can see in the accompanying photo, she isn't shy about getting out into the audience, or even on top of it! Even more remarkable, she plays faultlessly despite requiring a prosthetic device for her right hand, which is noticeably different in size and shape from the average person's. Totally unselfconcious about the "defect", Sandow wants everyone to know that Brad van Lenthe of Sunnybrook Hospital in TO worked with her to develop the device, which she calls "fantastic". She says she wants to "help other 'disabled' people realize that they too can do anything they wish to." Check 'em out Fri. Nov. 28 (no cover) at Wolf's Howl, 2399 Cawthra. -17
- To-Nite Magazine


"Bare Rump plays AC/DC at Sandy's"

Mike Beggs Jun 19, 2002

The local band Bare Rump pays tribute to AC/DC this Saturday at Sandy's Billiards in Meadowvale. And, in a strange twist, they've got an Angus Young look-alike in lead guitarist Angie Sandow. Her husband Lloyd Walsh is the drummer. Sandow came up with this idea three years ago, taking the name from an AC/DC bootleg album. "Twenty years ago I played whatever he wanted, now we're going to play what I want," she said with a laugh. They do AC/DC, from You Shook Me All Night Long and Hell's Bells on down. "They're a good band, and it's fun music to play. It gets people going," said Walsh. "People in their 30s, 40s and 50s come out. You're kind of bonding with them and feeling like a kid." His wife adds, "It's nice seeing people having fun. They don't have a lot of time today, with road rage, this rage and that rage ... whatever." Sandow started playing guitar at the age of 12. While Joan Jett and Chrissy Hynde were female role models, she also became hooked on AC/DC's guitar assaults and she remains a major fan, having seen them in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Calgary, Ottawa, Detroit and Toronto on their last tour. She has the backstage photos with the band to prove it! Sandow appears on stage in a replica of the trademark suit worn by Young, AC/DC's lead guitarist. And amazingly, because of a birth defect to her arm, she replicates his high-speed solos with the help of a prosthetic device that she dons for gigs. "One of the reasons I dressed up as Angus, Gene Simmons or Alice Cooper all my life, was because people would always stare at me ... and I figured I was going to give them something to really stare at," she said. "I just like doing the Angus thing. I love being in the suit. I love the attention." While his wife is a financial process manager with a large manufacturer/distributor by day, Walsh has taken on the role of band manager after recently being downsized out of his job. Show time is 9:30 p.m. at Sandy's Billiards, 6400 Millcreek Rd., at Erin Mills Pkwy. - The Mississauga News


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Still working on that hot first release.

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Bio

The concept of BARE RUMP was formed in 2000 during the first year of AC/DC's Stiff Upper Lip North American Tour. Founding members Angie Sandow and Lloyd Walsh decided that they wanted to form an AC/DC Tribute Band, which captured the energy of AC/DC, and allowed their audience to have fun while rocking to some of the best songs ever written.

BARE RUMP has become just that! For those folks who have seen AC/DC perform, BARE RUMP allows their audience to recapture the fun, which they experienced at concerts over the years. For those who have never seen AC/DC, BARE RUMP will prove to be the next best thing! Audiences love our fantastic hard pounding rhythm and amazing vocals!

And then there's our female ANGUS! Look out! This girl amazes audiences with her unique Angus style, using a prosthetic device to play! Our Angus loves to toy with the crowd. With the cordless SG, you never know where our Angus will be playing next which allows the crowd to experience personal performances!! Those fans who rock through all of the sets will learn why the band has chosen the name BARE RUMP!

BARE RUMP has wowed audiences throughout the GTA and outlying areas at great venues including (but not limited to); The Wing Shack in Whitby, The Hardball Cafe in Milton, Stanley's in Toronto and Fiddler's Green in Cambridge.

The members of BARE RUMP also believe strongly in donating their time for a variety of causes. Examples of this include the Ride for Site at The Wolf's Howl in the spring of 2003, The Heart and Stroke Foundation at Apple Jacks in the summer of 2003, and more recently, The Heart and Stroke Foundation at The Wolf's Howl in February of 2004.