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Mark Evans, AC/DC

by Paul Cashmere on April 11, 2016

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Former AC/DC and master raconteur Mark Evans talks about his time in the legendary band and his new book Dirty Deeds.

Mark Evans might’ve only been Australia’s greatest hard rock band AC/DC for two years – from 1975 to 1975 – but they did things differently back then. He appeared on landmark albums T.N.T., Let There Be Rock, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap and the international version of High Voltage and lived and rocked alongside icon Bon Scott and the boys, touring England and Europe as well as joining the band for their infamous Countdown debut.

He has told his amazing stories in a new book, aptly titled Dirty Deeds, and tells some of the tales of debauchery  in the Noise11 studios.



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