AC/DC Frontman Travels To Greece For Upcoming TV Series

According to AC/DC fan site Crabsody In Blue, AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson recently spent a week in Greece filming an episode for the syndicated television series "Goddess Odyssey".

On the trail of Helen Of Troy, the renowned rock singer traveled through remote areas of Greece seeking out the shrines, temples, paths and journeys of the woman whose face launched a thousand ships and whose passion led to the downfall of a civilization. Brian also shared music from his upcoming musical theater production "Helen of Troy". A woman wronged, a legend before her time or a shipbuilder's best friend: the myths, the legends, the realities uncovered on a modern day journey by one of rock 'n' roll's finest.

The episode will air in the fall in the United States.

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