It’s never easy to displace a founding person in a music group who dies tragically, but AC/DC’s Brian Johnson participate in the Australian hard rocking music group perfectly, and was accepted immediately with the group’s legion of supporters. Born on Oct 5, 1947, in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Britain, Johnson sang using a cathedral choir as a young child, but like zillions of various other teenagers from the ’60s, was used by rock and roll & move. In early 1972, Johnson produced his first critical rock-band, USA. Just a couple months afterwards, the band transformed their name to Geordie and centered on striking it big in the then-thriving U.K. glam rock and roll scene. The music group scored several strikes within their homeland, like the TOP “All Due to You” and the very best 20 “IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET IT DONE.” However the glam picture was fading quickly by the middle-’70s, Geordie continuing to experiment England, but eventually decided to contact it per day by 1976. Johnson spent another few years from music, but ultimately re-formed Geordie in 1980. Just like the band acquired signed a fresh record agreement, AC/DC asked Johnson if he’d prefer to try for the vacant business lead vocalist placement (vocalist Bon Scott passed away in Feb 1980 from alcoholic beverages poisoning). Oddly enough, Scott himself acquired once noticed Johnson perform with Geordie and provided the vocalist a rave review to his AC/DC mates. Johnson quickly transferred the audition and was provided the slot. Placing his Geordie times behind him (the group unsuccessfully attempted to soldier on without Johnson), Johnson’s initial discharge with AC/DC, 1980’s traditional Back in Dark, became a monster strike immediately. The album is becoming among hard rock’s all-time best-sellers over time and pressed the band outrageous globally. Johnson’s effective yet grave tone of voice became an ideal foil for AC/DC’s high-energy, hard-hitting rock and roll, as the music group continued to turn out best-selling albums and sold-out trips. Further Johnson-fronted AC/DC strike albums adopted, tops becoming 1981’s world-wide number 1 For Those Going to Rock and roll, 1986’s film soundtrack Who Produced Who, 1990’s The Razor’s Advantage, and their 1st release from the 21st hundred years, Stiff Top Lip. Right now, an AC/DC member much much longer than Scott was, Johnson continues to be among rock’s most immediately recognizable voices.