AC/DC: New Interview With BRIAN JOHNSON, ANGUS YOUNG To Air Tonight

Toronto, Ontario, Canada's Classic Rock Q107 radio station will air an interview with Brian Johnson and Angus Young of Australian hard rock legends AC/DC tonight (Friday, October 17) at 8:00 p.m. "Legends Of Classic Rock" host Jeff Woods sits down with Johnson and Young in the New York City offices of AC/DC's record label and gets to the bottom of the band's latest album, "Black Ice". Jeff talks to the boys about the making of "Black Ice", their impressions of recording in Vancouver, memories of playing alongside THE ROLLING STONES and, of course, the upcoming world tour. Plus, why do millionaires still make records? What would Brian and Angus be doing if they had to start all over? And is it true that not even their own record label gets to hear a new AC/DC album until it's mixed, mastered and completely finished?

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