#3 - #3/2017

Stories from the third issue of Overdose include-

A night at atlantic studios – During the late seventies AC/DC had a hard time convincing both their record company and radio stations all over the United States to give them airtime. Thankfully, Peter Cooper set out to change that

Circus Krone – In a sweaty club in Munich, AC/DC had returned to their roots. Spectators that night recall it being ”so hot that condensation was dripping from the ceiling”.

Sons of ‘DC – In a exclusive interview brothers O’Keeffe talks about touring life and what it’s like to follow in the footsteps of their favourite band

and much more….

Photographer of the issue: Harry Potts

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A night at Atlantic studios

It is remarkable that a brief recording session by an unk-nown band made in the late seventies at Atlantic Recording Studios in New York City is still of interest today. But then you realize that this little five piece band from Down Un-der would become one of the biggest rock and roll bands in the history of music: AC/DC.

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Making of.. Who made who

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A very special birthday party in South Shields

After the first two Geordie re-union gigs in Newcastle and Hebburn, the third one took place in South Shields.

On Friday, the 5th of October, I was back in Newcastle and the Tyneside area. South Shields, about 8 km in the East of Newcastle, is a coastal town at the mouth of the river Tyne.

It was Brian’s very special con-cert with celebrations of his 54th birthday on that day. By chance, I arrived at the same time with Brian at the Cellar Club so that I entered the c

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On the road with... Dazgoulash

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Circus Krone

By the end of the 1970s, AC/DC had battled its way out of swea-ty clubs and into theatres, with its sights set firmly on arenas and stadiums.

Likewise, it’s days as an opening act seemed consigned to history, much to the relief of those head-liners who were regularly overs-hadowed by the sheer power and energy of AC/DC.

So why in 2003 did AC/DC de-cide go out again in a supporting role, and as a club act, when there was nothing to prove? The answer is in the question

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Sons of 'DC: Airbourne

Joel and Ryan O ́Keffee are tearing it up around the world with their high energy, take no prisoners rock and roll and they leave the fans screaming for more. Overdose sat down with the brothers to learn more about the band and their great affection for AC/DC.

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Lisbon fanreport

”And then Axl Rose was confirmed as the guest singer for the 2016 European Tour. My overwhelming feeling at this time was one of relief.”

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Meet the fans... Kaori and Sven

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