'AC/DC: The Bon Scott Era' Mobile App From 'In The Studio' Now Available
The first in a series of "In The Studio With Redbeard" mobile apps is available. "AC/DC: The Bon Scott Era" is an interactive experience chronicling the legendary band's long way to the top... narrated by AC/DC's Angus and Malcolm Young themselves.
In over an hour of in-depth discussion, the Young brothers take you on a journey through this classic era in the AC/DC story, from their migration to Australia in the early 1960s to the tragic death of their iconic frontman Bon Scott in 1980. As you progress year by year along a full biographical timeline, the memories and insights of the Young brothers are brought to life through rare photographs and memorabilia.
The app allows you to stream the interviews as you make your way through the band's story, listen to them sequentially in a playlist, or download them to your device for offline use.
"AC/DC: The Bon Scott Era" also features a video introduction from the "In The Studio" host, Redbeard, as well as the "Bonfire Radio" documentary, originally broadcast in 1997, an expansive quiz to test your knowledge of the band and a gallery of rare AC/DC photographs.
For more information, visit the iTunes app store.
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