DIRTY DEEDS: Bon Scott’s Laugh and Cheeky Grin Should Turn 69


“My other strongest memories of Bon are his laugh and his cheeky grin. You know the grin, where you can’t help but think he was either up to mischief or had just gotten away with something. That was a hell of a grin.” So writes Mark Evans, former AC/DC bass player in his autobiography DIRTY DEEDS: My Life Inside/Outside AC/DC, the only available tell-all from inside one of the world’s most secretive bands.

Today would have been the 69th birthday of legendary Bon Scott. Celebrate Bon’s birthday AND his favorite number with DIRTY DEEDS for only ten American bucks.

“An honest and comical look at AC/DC’s rise to the upper echelons of hard rock through the eyes of the former bassist”—Lick Library News

“A treasure trove of insider info and intra-band intrigue. Worth every penny.”—Decibel

“One of my favorite reads this year”—GuitarWorld.com

“Frank, personal, and heartfelt”—The Melbourne Herald Sun

“Much meatier on the band’s history than Brian Johnson’s recent band/car memoir, Rockers and Rollers“—Houston Press



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