Daniel Ziffer of Australia's The Age reports:AC/DC's smiling frontman Bon Scott unzips his jeans to reveal a tattoo creeping across his groin [photo]. It's a blunt invitation to a photographic exhibition of rock stars including Kurt Cobain, Mick Jagger and Tex Perkins. The curator of The Kids are Alright, Ray Jennings, said rock photographers had generously opened their catalogues for the charity event, finding rare shots not seen for decades. "I've basically asked all these guys to give me their superannuation … and they have," he said. "Some of (the photographers) are teachers now, others are art directors. They're everywhere." Read the rest of the article at www.theage.com.au.
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