Friday, 29 July 2011

Ac/Dc frontman Bon Scott to receive grants from the Australian government

Ac/Dc frontman Bon Scott to receive grants from the Australian government gave a big boost.

Director Eddie Martin and producer Lizzette Atkins to star with magical moments with family and friends piecing life rock icon.

According to reports, Movie news headlines, first in 2008, Screen Australia has finally been given the green light by the authorities after landing a grant to start production, the film fund supported by the country's government.

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

AC / DC book by Mark Evans will be released in November

AC/DC fans this weekend late singer Bon Scott was found to be born. They were celebrating the festival of Bon Scott's 65th birthday in Kirriemuir Angus, Scotland (no, really).

T In The Park

audience of AC / DC frontman, who died in 1980, and paid tribute to Brian Johnson's place.

News AC / DC, the founding bass player as "Read" a book by Mark Evans will be released in November.

Titled Dirty Deeds: My Life Inside/Outside AC/DC, the book tells the story of AC/DC’s fearless climb to the top.

In the book, Evans writes: “The aggressive attitude that AC/DC had towards Australian bands continued when we shifted overseas. The world's bigger bands became our new targets….we saw a few of the so-called headline acts and straight away knew that we had nothing to fear."

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

AC/DC famed 1979 concert film Let There Be Rock

When the fan AC/DC band's famous 1979 concert captured on film again recently, "Let There Be Rock", DVD liner notes by the possibilities, they are doing and look up some incredible stories.

The same
guy who recently book Why AC / DC Matters, plus slash and signed autobiographies of Tommy Lee.

Bozza glow when she came to write liner notes, says he wants "been wanting to say that stuff for a long time.”

He told Ultimate Classic Rock, “I used to be the kid at Rolling Stone who would always say, ‘Why aren’t you putting AC/DC in the “Greatest Guitar Players of All-Time” issue?’ and all that stuff”.

“They would say, ‘Would you just shut up with the AC/DC,’ but I wouldn’t,” he added. “…So, [with the liner notes and the book] I finally was completely given the chance to make the argument I’ve been wanting to make for a very long time.”

Bozza's eyes, music critics AC / DC really have not any respect yet.

He added, “It just changed recently. One of the things that I wrote about in the book, on the eve of the Black Ice tour, they were suddenly getting all of that stuff. Before, they were always begrudgingly accepted.”

He said critics, was thinking AC / DC Rock was "doing their sort of tongue in cheek" rock ’n’ roll and the musicality of the band ignored the naysayers.

He said, “There was a lack of taking them seriously as musicians. It was like grudgingly saying NASCAR was important, like, ‘Look at all these people with bad taste in the world.’”