New AC/DC Documentary Interviews Early Members
This is worth the 18 minutes spent. The Sydney Morning Herald’s Tom Compagnoni interviewed several members of the band’s early lineups to talk about their Sydney origin. The outcome is a short, engaging documentary!
You’ll see the following former band members:
* Noel Taylor (AC/DC drummer 1974)
* Rob Bailey (AC/DC bass player 1974)
* Tony Currenti (AC/DC session drummer, 1974)
* Mark Evans (AC/DC bass player 1975-77)
Original AC/DC singer Dave Evans has said it felt “fantastic” to be one of the five founding members. Evans was on the band’s first two singles, “Can I Sit Next To You Girl” and “Baby Please Don’t Go”. In October 1974, less than a year after AC/DC’s first show, Evans was replaced by Bon Scott, who went on to sing on AC/DC’s first six studio albums before his untimely death in 1980.
As you know, current singer Brian Johnson replaced Scott and the rest is history.
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