New Interview With AC/DC’s Bon Scott Uncovered

New Interview With AC/DC’s Bon Scott Uncovered

New Interview With AC/DC’s Bon Scott Uncovered

Bon Scott, the electrifying Australian frontman for AC/DC’s first six studio albums, unfortunately passed away in 1980, while the band was riding the massive success of their¬†Highway to Hell album. The groundbreaking rock album is hailed as a turning point in the band’s career, as it was the first time they entered the US Billboard Top 100.

A new interview has been uncovered with Bon Scott from 1979, in which he discusses the album’s massive success. Speaking to WDIZ in Orlando, the singer’s unique accent is immediately recognizable and a pleasure to hear. One of the remarkable things about Scott was his constant laughter and quick wit, jokingly referring to Florida as “God’s waiting room,” while discussing the time spent recording the album.

The conversation also veered onto other topics, including the infamous gas shortage of the time. He quipped that people could just stay inside and listen to the new AC/DC record to have a good time, because you “don’t need no gas” for that. We’ve got to admit, he’s got a point…

The whole interview is embedded below, so you can enjoy it for yourselves!

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