Get the first complete, illustrated tribute to one of the most popular bands in rock history, now revised and updated.
Formed in 1973 by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young, AC/DC has become one of the most popular rock 'n' roll bands in history. This revised book follows the band from its roots in Sydney, Australia, to its most recent releases and sold-out world tours. No stone is left unturned, from the AC/DC's formation and early club gigs to its astounding worldwide success. More than 400 illustrations include handbills, posters, backstage passes, and vinyl from around the globe, as well as rare candid and performance photography. Sidebars from top rock scribes examine all studio releases and delve into the guitar gear of the Young brothers. The result is an awesome tribute to the band renowned for a live-wire stage show and a sonic attack that have attracted fans from all rock camps.
Contributors include Joe Bonomo, Danie Bukszpan, Jen Jewel Brown, Anthony Bozza, Garth Cartwright, Ian Christe, David Dunlap, Andrew Earles, Dave Hunter, James McNair, Martin Popoff, Sylvie Simmons, and Bill Voccia.
London-based journalist Phil Sutcliffe has been writing about rock since 1974 and has interviewed greats such as Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Nirvana, and Queen. Phil is also the author of Voyageur Press' AC/DC: High-Voltage Rock 'n' Roll: The Ultimate Illustrated History.