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- Posted on Feb 18th 2010 12:30PM by John D. Luerssen
Plans for the group to shake the couple all night long were almost interrupted by some serious contractions, which were at the height of discomfort during the segue from the group's 1990 hit 'Thunderstruck' into its devilish anthem, 'Hells Bells,' but Williamson managed to suffer through them and kept rocking. After the show's 11PM ending, Mitchell drove his girlfriend from the stadium to Gippsland Hospital in Garrigal, Victoria.
"Not even the baby was going to stop me seeing AC/DC," Williamson told the Herald Sun. "I love them to death and I wasn't going to miss their performance for anything." Thirty-five hours after their arrival in the hospital, Williamson gave birth to a son on Monday at 10:30AM.
Named Jack in homage to the 1975 AC/DC track 'The Jack,' the parents intend to include the name Angus -- a tribute to the band's guitarist Angus Young -- somewhere in the child's moniker.
As for the concert itself, Williamson says its one she won't soon forget. "We'll remember Angus Young going crazy onstage while baby Angus was putting in quite a performance offstage," she said.