AC/DC biography is pack of lies, says Dave Evans

June 29th, 2008 - 2:58 pm ICT by IANS  

London, June 29 (IANS) Dave Evans, the original AC/DC lead singer, slams the band’s biography “Highway to Hell” in the way he has been written out of the group. reports that Evans disagreed with the way Clinton Walker’s story of his departure from the band called it “bulls**t”. He also said he “wanted to strangle” the writer when the book first came out.

In the book, Walker attacks Evans calling him “a shameless exhibitionist” and he mentions that the guitarist Angus Young once threw Evans off the stage because he was too drunk to perform.

But Evans said: “It’s all bulls**t, a pack of lies. Can you imagine anyone throwing me, the king of all badasses, off the stage?”

He added: “It was just a case of clashing personalities. We all had these young egos and we were like rams butting heads. In retrospect, I suppose I should have just shut up, but I was a strong personality.”

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