THIGH VOLTAGE is a female tribute to AC/DC, and their rowdy image, giant riffs and monster sound. Their performance is described as raw, aggressive, and sexy, complete with all of Angus Youngs trademark guitar solos. These girls rock hard and will never let you forget the legacy of the worlds biggest rock n roll band.
Frontwoman, Cian Coey belts out Brian Johnson vocals like a hard rocking Aussie juggernaut, and channels the gritty vocals and charismatic style of his predecessor, Bon Scott, almost effortlessly.
Lead guitarist, Leona X, emulates Angus Young to a T and does it all, complete with his fiery blues based pentatonic solos on her Gibson SG guitar, his infamous strip tease, drenched in sweat, and his manic stage persona. AC/DC fans will agree she has him down pat.
Eva Karczewska honors the legacy of Malcolm Young, the greatest rhythm guitarist of all time. Malcolm’s brilliant song writing and distinctive chop is inextricable to AC/DCs identity, and his contribution to rock n roll history will never be forgotten. Eva is the bands musical anchor and reinforcement, as done so amazingly well by Malcolm himself.
Rachel G is the amazing Cliff Williams, who is the one who drives the band home. His bass lines are refreshingly straightforward and to the point, never drawing too much attention, but always bolstering the song. Just like Cliff, she is a big reason this boogie train rolls on.
Ryan Gillan holds down the thunderous backbeat as Phil Rudd, an essential piece of AC/DC's musical puzzle. Rudd's metronome-like precision duly became the backbone of their signature sound. He would be proud of Ryans rock-solid, play-for-the-song drumming.
“ What a show!!! We’ll be spreading the word back home in Scotland (where Bon, Angus & Mal were born!). The fact you’re female is irrelevant. You’re the best AC/DC Tribute I’ve seen. More attitude and balls than the rest of ‘em put together. Nailed it!!!”
— Euan Davie
“I saw Thigh Voltage at HOB not long ago, and the place was absolutely packed. Probably more people out supporting those gals than any band I have ever seen in the 28 years I have lived in Vegas. They were spectacular, probably the best tribute band I have seen, or at least as good as Permanent Waves and a few other really good ones. They are every bit as good as the Iron Maidens, and AC/DC is a very marketable tribute band. Much more marketable than Iron Maiden.”
— Paul Gayou