Who knew when the Young family emigrated from Glasgow to Sydney in the early sixties that the family’s youngest lads would go on to lead one of the world’s most loved and respected rock bands? Who knew that some of their biggest fans would end up being their own heroes, The Rolling Stones? That streets in Melbourne and Madrid would be officially named in their honour? That they would play to two million people at a single concert in Moscow?
For the first time, Murray Engleheart along with Arnaud Durieux tells the full story of Australia’s greatest and loudest rock n’ rock export. Not only did they manage to emerge from the tragic death of legendary singer, Bon Scott in 1980. But in a bitter sweet irony, the band’s fortunes and status skyrocketed around the world with Scott’s replacement, Brian Johnson and the album, Back In Black. More than 25 years on, AC/DC show no sign of slowing down and are more an institution than simply a rock band. Try and imagine a world without them.