Mark Evans -- former bass slinger of AC/DC and author of the new memoir, Dirty Deeds: My Life Inside/Outside Of AC/DC, out on Bazillion Points Books -- is speaking out about his exclusion from AC/DC’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. Near the end of his book, Evans addresses the perplexing situation of being invited to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony in 2002, and then being uninvited six weeks later.
Gregorian chants generally don't have too much in common with rock music. Sure, sometimes they set a brooding tone in an intro to a doom metal song, but rockers generally scream, growl, wail or sing. They don't chant. German music producer, Frank Peterson, who previously performed in the elevator rock band Enigma, likes defying convention.
In a new interview to promote his book ‘Dirty Deeds: My Life Outside/Inside AC/DC,’ ex-AC/DC bassist Mark Evans recalls his years with the band from 1975 to 1977 before he was replaced by Cliff Williams.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson has had a remarkable career with AC/DC. Perhaps the greatest replacement of an already legendary frontman in rock history, Johnson made his debut on 'Back in Black,' which has sold roughly 50 million copies worldwide. For sharing his siren-like voice with the world and serving AC/DC for more than 30 brilliant years, we salut
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd is gearing up for an exciting event: the opening of Phil's Place, a restaurant in Tauranga, New Zealand. The opening will take place later this month and to mark the occasion, he has invited his bandmates to join him for the grand opening. It's customary for rock bands to do "meet and greets" but in this case, it's "eat and greets!"