AC/DC's BRIAN JOHNSON And Wife BRENDA, Sarasota's Rock Royalty

Jennifer Shea of reports: Brian and Brenda Johnson, Sarasota's [Florida] rock royalty, are on the cutting edge of redefining the colloquialism "party like a rock star."

The new definition? A laptop, couple of bikinis for the petite green-eyed Brenda, stereo system for Brian, a coffeemaker and an Airstream RV to park at Turtle Beach Park campsite.

Brian Johnson, lead singer for the phenomenally successful rock band AC/DC, will kick off a tour of North America, South America, Europe and Asia in October to support his new album, "Black Ice".

For a Hall of Fame legend like Johnson, touring equals insanity.

Brenda, band manager to budding rock groups BAD SARA and 7 YEARS PAST, is the most thoughtful of spouses. She tries to simplify Brian's life during AC/DC tours.

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