â€œCan you say to him, if he does (jump out of a plane), I will, and we will do like a little formation where we all jump out and hold hands,â€ laughs the flame-haired singer. â€œI have met Angry a few times. We did the AC/DC tribute with him at the International Guitar Festival down in Adelaide with the Hoodoo Gurus and all these amazing bands - he is wild, he is totally wild (and) I want to see him jump out.â€
This is no pie-in-the-sky challenge either, with both artists booked in to play Australia's only extreme music and sky diving festival, Equinox Rocks - so what is Ms Frasca expecting from the event?
â€œCan you believe it? It's going to be full of crazy fucks - people who jump out of planes for fun. I have got friends who are sky-divers and they are the most extreme friends I know.â€
The title of the craziest friends Frasca knows should be minted as a medal and worn proudly in public, with the Victorian artist well known for her hedonistic live shows as well as a few brews afterwards, but it is her incredibly strong vocals which pay the bills - a talent she began to explore after being shown the Robert Johnson biopic 'Crossroads' at an early age.
â€œIt was massive (watching â€˜Crossroadsâ€™). I think there is a few contributing factors, my Dad was just blown away by it and I think his enthusiasm was contagious. I just went on a journey after that to find out where that music comes from - it was definitely the moment that music chose me.â€
And it's a journey that sees the band release a new album next year, followed by a return to Europe, where Frasca admits they â€œprobably have more people supporting us than hereâ€, but in the meantime it's more than likely you'll get a chance to see them on stage again with the great bald one - just don't expect to see them, instruments in hand, descending from the sky anytime soon.
â€œThey are bashed up enough; no I am going to leave them in the car.â€
Dallas Frasca plays Equinox Rocks at the Ramblers Skydiving Zone, Toogoolawah, October 16.