The most famous of the Other Guy’s would have to be, AC/DC’s Brian Johnson.
After the death of Bon Scott, Brian Johnson joined AC/DC in 1980. Back in Black is still AC/DC’s most successful album today!
luv this guy, touch his hand at hampden and london, also he blew me kiss
Correction:Dave Evans did record 2 tracks w/the band,but it was only an Austraila release I believe.They did the tunes “Can I Sit Next to You” and “Rockin In the Parlor”,in early ’74.The tracks are rare to find but I just noticed the other day they I gotta copy of them.(Being AC/DC’s biggest fan w/so much on Lp,CD and cassette)!!!
Well…that is true, but Dave Evans didn’t record any tunes with AC/DC, even if he was the first singer.
Can’t disagree with you on Gillan. He may be in my That Other Guy Week II.
Actually if you want to get technical, Bon was the first “other guy” in this band.
And the most famous “other guy”? Ian Gillan, Deep Purple.
Can’t believe there are no comments in here yet on AC/DC…
Bon or Brian….you just can’t beat the boys from Australia!
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