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A young rock fan in England had his dream come true when he met AC/DC courtesy of the UK Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Six-year-old Hendrix of Walsall, West Midlands, is fighting Acute Monocytic Leukemia and has been a huge fan of the famous rockers since the age of three, when he had to have a major bone marrow transplant – AC/DC’s music was the only thing that would calm him and help him sleep.

As well as watching the band’s Wembley show from a VIP box, Hendrix was escorted backstage where band members Brian Johnson, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Phill Rudd and Cliff Williams presented him with a goodie bag and his very own miniature guitar, signed by every band member.

“Tonight has been fantastic for Hendrix and just to see him so happy means everything,” said Hendrix’s father. “He has met his heroes and this will be something he will never forget. Thank you so much for making his wish come true”.

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