Since 1980 he has been the lead singer in AC/DC, the biggest selling band of all time. Now he tells the story of his life and two main loves for the first time - music and cars. In Rock And Rollers, the new memoir published by Penguin Books, he charts his life from growing up on Tyneside to the unexpected audition phone call for AC/DC and subsequent worldwide fame, musical success and recognition.
Along the way he interweaves the experiences and musical journey with his passion for cars and motoring. Expect tales of excess and musical success married with early (very) personal adventures in a mini through to rock and roll debauchery in the back of the AC/DC tour bus.Win a signed Manuscript!
Penguin books have given us a signed manuscript from Brian's new book (see photo below) for one lucky Q Reader to win along with a signed paperback copy.
Four runners-up will also win a signed copy of Rockers And Rollers.
Rockers And Rollers is out now. To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below:
Whereabouts did Brian Johnson grow up?
Closing date: September 16, 2010.
Standard competition terms apply.
Rockers And Rollers by Brian Johnson is out now.
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