This should get you pumped for the fortieth anniversary of AC/DC” Back in Black” this month here In the Studio : the band stomping through the album’s title song during a tour stop in Landover MD in December 1981.
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The worldwide success of AC/DC Back in Black , released forty years ago this month, made the follow-up album and North American tour in Fall 1983 a must-see event. Here are the Aussie maulers thundering through “Guns for Hire” live in the Motor City…
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AC/DC’s lead guitarist Angus Young is my guest, with priceless memories from the In the Studio archive by the late AC/DC rhythm guitarist/ riffmaster Malcolm Young, on the forty-fifth anniversary of “High Voltage” .
When AC/DC played Dallas in October 1985, the band “threw the dog a bone” by performing “Jailbreak” for their earliest American fans who were in San Antonio and Dallas/ Ft. Worth ten years earlier when the Aussie’s were just struggling to get known by playing Texas clubs.
Notably, like AC/DC “Back in Black” in Summer 1980, several of the best-selling hard rock albums in history also have been made under the most dire of circumstances amidst tremendous tragedy and loss. Angus Young, Brian Johnson, & the late Malcolm Young are all interviewed here In the Studio.
AC/DC original lead singer Bon Scott’s generous body art and ear studs, plus his affable demeanor, made Scott appear less like a rock singer and more like a character out of Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick”…Angus Young and the late Malcolm Young are my guests for “Highway to Hell”.
As we approach the fortieth anniversary of AC/DC’s worldwide breakthrough album Highway to Hell , here is another white-hot live performance from the original Aussie outfit fronted by the inimitable Bon Scott ripping through “Shot Down in Flames” in Paris 1979. –Redbeard
So many rock fans did not discover the original AC/DC lineup until their fifth album, Highway to Hell in Summer 1979, and therefore never got to see them fronted by lead singer/ lyricist Bon Scott who died barely seven months later. As we prepare for the fortieth anniversary of one of the greatest rock albums ever […]
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