AC/DC Book ‘Let There Be Rock’ Expanded


April 29, 2009

Susan Masino’s excellent read ‘Let There Be Rock – The Story of AC/DC’, has been given a makeover to bring the story up to date with the current album.

The book, originally released in 2006, has a new chapter to tell in the world of AC/DC, the current ‘Black Ice’ period.

Susan’s AC/DC book is the most in-depth account of the band, as told by the people around them.

AC/DC Book Let There Be Rock Expanded

It includes comments from Dave Evans, original singer for AC/DC; Tommy Redd, guitarist with the band Nantucket; Keith Emerson, renowned keyboardist/synthesist for the band, Emerson, Lake, and Palmer; Kirk Dyer, tour Manager for Cheap Trick for 25 years; Perry Cooper, The late Atlantic Records executive and friend of the band; Raymond Windlow, former Australian roadie and friend of the band; Julius Grafton, former Australian lighting technician, now owner of CX magazine and Juliusmedia College in Melbourne; Kelly Shaefer, lead singer for Big Machine; Don Williams, fan in England who appears in an AC/DC video “Pyro”; Pete Cappadocia, pyro technician for AC/DC since 1982; Rick Brewster, guitarist for the Australian band, The Angels; Mike Andy, tour Manager for AC/DC for four world tours from 1985-1995.

‘Let There Be Rock – The Story of AC/DC’ has been printed in seven languages.

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