It was about 6.30 pm on a late January evening on a hillside in Sydney's Eastern Creek. The day had been extremely hot, the crowd was extremely large, defiantly young and growing ever more excited as 8.00 pm, bringing Guns and Roses on stage drew near. Sebastian Bach, support band Skid Row's front, was in extremely fine voice—whatever you think about him, the guy can sing. At one stage he left off his enthusiastically applauded diatribe against all boring old farts and the things they cherish, to give praise where it was due.
Recommended CitationRex, Idena, Kylie Country, Australian Left Review, 1(148), 1993, 63-65.