As you may well know, AC/DC are one of the most down to earth bands around. Despite their phenomenal success, they’ve never let it go to their heads and maintain a great relationship with their fans. To celebrate over 40 years of rock’n’roll a group of fans from all over the world have gathered together to create the first international AC/DC fanzine: Overdose.
Overdose offers readers exclusive interviews, eye-witness accounts and never before heard snippets and stories from the band’s eventful four decades on the road.
Stories from the third issue of Overdose include-
A night at atlantic studios – During the late seventies AC/DC had a hard time convincing both their record company and radio stations all over the United States to give them airtime. Thankfully, Peter Cooper set out to change that
Circus Krone – In a sweaty club in Munich, AC/DC had returned to their roots. Spectators that night recall it being ”so hot that condensation was dripping from the ceiling”.
Sons of ’DC – In a exclusive interview brothers O’Keeffe talks about touring life and what it’s like to follow in the footsteps of their favourite band
and much more….