Hidden away in a corner of Kerrang’s news pages lay a small article asking fans living in or near London to call Park Rock Management if they wanted to appear in AC/DC’s next video.
I called immediately to be told that tickets were only being handed out face-to-face from Part Rock’s London office and the video shoot was in three days. Here was a problem; I was 300 miles away in Wales, and stuck at work for another eight hours, with no means to get to London.
AC/DC’s Stiff Upper Lip World Tour had finished earlier that year and, with an increasingly long wait between albums, I’d assumed it would be quite a while before there would be any more activity from the band. So, when Brian Johnson announced that he would be reforming his old band Geordie for a gig in Newcastle I’d immediately secured my ticket to the show.Read More »
As you may well know, AC/DC like to keep things in the family, so who better to employ as a tour caterer than Brian’s brother Maurice? Niclas finds out about life on tour and what it was like to grow up with the flat cap loving frontman.Read More »
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