The Band

Dirty Deeds The AC/DC Experience out of Boston, MA, has been touring the country for over 20 years bringing forth their high energy and wildly entertaining tribute to one of the world’s best rock bands, AC/DC! Dirty Deeds' performance revisits all of the timeless AC/DC hits along with a theatrical ride through rock n’ roll history bringing you back to the early music that was at the roots of AC/DC’s rise to stardom.

Earning a reputation for their attention to detail and passion for AC/DC, Dirty Deeds The AC/DC Experience recreates the exact sound of AC/DC by performing the songs authentically note for note along with capturing the unique and exact tone that the super group has come to be known for. On stage, Dirty Deeds mimic the antics and appearance of AC/DC in such a way that will keep you wondering if you’re experiencing the real thing! Making use of interactive video, lighting, and fully functional props, Dirty Deeds recaptures the theatrics of an AC/DC concert in its entirety! Truly an experience, unlike any other!

A true audio and visual experience, Dirty Deeds invites you to take part in a few hours of pure Rock n’ Roll escapism as they take the stage and pay tribute to one of the greatest bands of our time.

Lead Vocals
Bob Conti

Bob Conti

Born: Bristol, Rhode Island
History: Bob originally a keyboard player has been fronting bands since the age of 21. A veteran to the New England music scene Bob has also played all throughout New England and beyond. Back in the 1980’s his band TOUCH had a brief brush with big time having their music videos debut on MTV in 1987. Now a founding member of Dirty Deeds you can see Bob still touring the country currently with Dirty Deeds.
Highlights: Making it on MTV in 1987, and performing live internationally with Dirty Deeds.
Gear: 64 Audio Ears
Shure Monitoring
Sennheiser Mics
Favorite AC/DC Song: Let There Be Rock

Lead Guitar
Sean Compton

Sean Compton

Born: North Attleboro, Massachusetts
History: Sean started taking guitar lessons at 8 years old and after hearing his aunts Beatles records he was inspired to learn rock songs. Guitarist Neal Schon’s playing made him want to play lead guitar.
Highlights: Playing on the 4th of July at the esplanade in Boston on the same stage as the Boston pops. It was broadcast on tv and viewed by over 500,000 people. It was also after the Boston marathon bombing and was a very significant moment to be there after such a horrific event.
Gibson SG Guitars
Boss Tuners
Marshall Amplification
Favorite AC/DC Song: Shoot to Thrill

Rhythm Guitar
Mike Joly

Mike Joly

Born: Warwick, Rhode Island
History: Mike started at the age of 6 playing the piano, but then at the age of 10 after seeing the rock band Kiss, Mike has been playing the guitar ever since.
Highlights: Performing at Festas da Praia in Portugal 2016
Gretsch Guitars
Marshall Amplification
Favorite AC/DC Song: For Those About To Rock

Bass Guitar
Chris Rapoza

Chris Rapoza

Born: Fall River, Massachusetts
History: Chris started playing bass at the age of 12 years old with influences from Geddy Lee, Dug Pinnick, and Billy Sheehan.By his mid 20s, he was playing in both original and cover acts thru out New England and the U.S.
Highlights: Playing along side and opening for some of rock's most legendary acts, such as Iron Maiden, Cheap Trick, Dio, Europe, and many more!
Fender and Spector Basses
64 Audio Ears
Favorite AC/DC Song: Sin City

Chris Longo

Chris Longo

Born: Barrington, Rhode Island
History: Chris originally wanted to be a honky tonk piano player before finding that he liked drums much better! Phil Rudd is Chris’ biggest influence.
Highlights: Playing in Las Vegas at Tribute Fest
Sonor SQ1 Drums
Paiste Colorsound 900 Cymbals
Remo Drumheads
Vic Firth Titan 5B Drumsticks
64 Audio In Ear Monitors
and Sennheiser Mics
Favorite AC/DC Song: What’s Next To The Moon



Born: Native of Massachusetts
History: Marybeth studied voice as a young adult and participated in opera workshops at Boston University. Her most memorable role was that of Carmen. She also sang with an acapella group called WOMEN OF NOTE. They won first place in an international competition in 1993. Currently, Marybeth sings in various choirs as well as solo work. In 2008 while visiting Scotland, she discovered the Great Highland Bagpipes. She has been studying the pipes ever since.
Highlights: Joining Dirty Deeds
MacMurchie Bagpipes
Favorite AC/DC Song: Back in Black



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