Brian Johnson of AC/DC releasing new Memoir, ‘The Lives of Brian Johnson’

We have recently gotten news that AC/DC front man Brian Johnson will soon be releasing a new memoir detailing his life, his story with AC/DC and the making of AC/DC’s hit album “Back in Black”.

Brian Johnson joined AC/DC in 1980 after the sad passing of their previous singer, Bon Scott. Once Bon Scott had passed, the band needed a new singer. They had tryouts but the obvious winner was Brian Johnson.

Brian Johnson helped the band make “Back in Black” and other popular songs and albums! “Back in Black” was so commercially successful though that it has become one of the best selling albums of all time. The record has been certified as platinum a whopping total of 25 times, which is absolutely insane!

He has been touring with the band for more than 30 years and will most likely continue to perform with them while they are still touring. He has decided that he wanted to write a book about his life and his story with AC/DC.

The Book is set to be released on October 26th, at which date you will be able to buy it in store as well as online. If you are more interested in getting sooner with some extra merch, you can go online to Brian Johnson’s website and pre-order the memoir.

The memoir itself is going to be called ‘The Lives of Brian Johnson’. He said that it will be a chronicle of his entire life, from when he was young all the way up until recent years. This is certainly going to be one interesting memoir!

Unfortunately, Brian Johnson has been forced to take a lot of time off from performing with the band due to a bad case of hearing-loss. His doctor has said they he may no longer be able to perform with the band. However, we hope that he is able to recover and play at least a few more shows before he completely retires!

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