Peter Head and Bon Scott tell it like it was in 1974 ….rock and roll, a few drinks and a F*&^%$#@ good time …check out the December issue of UNCUT Magazine now !
February 13, 2014
The December 2013 issue of Uncut Magazine features a great story from Peter Watts, detailing the history of the legendary Bon Scott and his time with the Australia’s most iconic rock and roll band AC/DC. With insights from close friend and fellow rock artist Peter Head, the article presents the frontman of AC/DC as a ‘proper showman’ who would do whatever it took to give his audience an electrifying and contagious experience. Bon Scott’s musical experiences before he was part of AC/DC’S are not that widely known to the world. His ascent to superstardom and international recognition - from drumming…
Peter gets a feature in UnCut Magazine !
December 1, 2013
Peter Head gets a feature in UnCut Magazine for December 2013. It’s a long way to the top if you wanna rock’n’roll,” BON SCOTT sang in 1975, as AC/DC began their raucous ascent to superstardom. On the 40th anniversary of the band’s formation, Uncut discovers the truth about their legendary frontman. A street poet who’d been inside for ‘carnal knowledge’? A teenybop idol and hippy seer? A tearaway who swam with jellyfish and rode motorbikes naked? “A fantastic guy, a real human, so different to what people thought.”
Melbourne Store Owner Says He’s Bon Scott’s Son
January 19, 2008
Steve Poltz, the folk singer who discovered Jewel, has been on tour in Australia recently. During his travels he took time out to post this very interesting story and related photo on his website. "Here I am with Dave the owner of Pure Pop Records in Melbourne. I played an in-store yesterday at his fine shop and and when I walked in the first thing I asked him was if he had any Bon Scott memorabilia. He replied, "how about me? I am his son." In the photo above, Peltz is on the left and Dave is on the right.…
Highway to Hell – The Life and Times of AC/DC Legend Bon Scott
January 15, 2005
Clinton Walker is the man telling us about the Highway to Hell that ACDC drove down manytimes. First published in Australia in 1994 and completely revised for its American debut this biography of the late AC/DC singer Scott (1947-80) can be summed up by one of his frank quotes: "They say to me, 'Are you AC or DC?,' and I say, 'Neither, I'm the lightnin' flash in the middle.' " After joining one of rock'n'roll's landmark bands, he provided the creative and charismatic spark necessary for AC/DC to reach worldwide fame. And like a flash of lightning, he quickly faded,…