AC/DC Singer Profiled On British Documentary Special

AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson will be profiled on tonight's (Saturday, June 1) episode of the "Rock Icon" series on the British art-oriented channel Sky Arts 1 HD at 8 p.m. U.K. time.

A description of the program reads as follows: "Johnson is profiled in this documentary special by former MP and heavy metal rock fan Louise Mensch (wife of METALLICA, Jimmy Page manager Peter Mensch). As well documented, Johnson stepped into the shoes of original frontman Bon Scott after his untimely death in 1980. Since then he took the band to even greater heights with hit albums 'Back In Black' and 'For Those About To Rock We Salute You'. Now living the life of luxury, Louise meets one of her girlhood idols uncovering the man behind the metal and finding out what makes him tick. She'll also be discovering exactly what is is about this seemingly immortal genre of music that is so special."

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