Original Ac/dc Frontman Dave Evans Is Planning To Write A Tell-all Book About His Time In The Band.
Evans joined the group when it was formed by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young in 1973, but he exited the line-up a year later and was replaced by BON SCOTT, who died in 1980 and whose place was taken by current singer Brian Johnson.
The singer has now revealed he is in talks to publish a book lifting the lid on his experiences with AC DC, insisting fans need to know the full story of the group's history.
He tells The Australian Rock Show podcast, "I'm making a couple of inquiries at the moment regarding (the book)... The next thing on my agenda is to write (it)... It's funny, one of the last books written about AC DC (did not cover) the first part of AC DC, because without that first 12 months of the birth of the band, the rest of the history is not complete; it can't be.
"And the fans want to know exactly what happened in that first 12 months. So I am making some inquiries now to write the book, so that the AC DC fans out there worldwide can have the full collection. Otherwise, they haven't got it..."
Evans also wants to tell the story of the band's other members, bassist Larry Van Kriedt and Colin Burgess, who both left the group after him and were replaced by Mark Evans and Phil Rudd.
He adds, "Colin Burgess and the other boys, Larry Van Kriedt, and other people, their story's gotta be told too. It's not just all about Dave Evans. Of course, I'm the one who can write it, but these people were all part of AC DC, and they shouldn't be discounted. Without every member, it couldn't be the band that it is today."