Bon, but not forgotten…
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Iconic AC/DC frontman Bon Scott is set to be memorialised with a life-sized statue of his person. Acca Dacca fans threw their muscle behind a crowdfunding campaign to build the Bon effigy in his Scottish hometown, so far raising just short of the campaign target’s £50,000 (which is still well over $100K Australian). Even though
Former AC/DC frontman Bon Scott will reportedly be the subject of two forthcoming film projects – the first a documentary that will explore his life from 1970 to 1974 and the second a biopic that will focus on his years in AC/DC. Reports Billboard, the documentary Looking For Bon is due sometime in 2015 and
With comic book movies raking in millions upon millions for film studios, Hollywood is now seeking the next movie bubble to line their pockets and rock biopics could just be it. AC/DC frontman Bon Scott is the latest icon to get the biopic treatment, despite objections from Scott’s surviving bandmates. According to film producer Rob
A biopic based on the life of former AC/DC frontman Bon Scott has taken one step closer to becoming a reality. The “docu-drama” Bon Scott: The Legend of AC/DC is being spearheaded by High Voltage Productions, who will reportedly soon begin talks with “one of the world’s leading production and entertainment companies”. A quick squizz
A Kickstarter campaign for a memorial statue of deceased AC/DC frontman Bon Scott has been given the official seal of approval by the band itself. The AC/DC official website now sports a decent-sized post on the campaign, encouraging their dedicated followers to dig deep and donate. The campaign seeks funds to raise the statue in
AC/DC fans, which should in fact be all of us, have launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds for a much needed ode to departed front man Bon Scott. The permanent feature, taking the form of a statue, will be erected in the town of Kirriemuir, Scotland where Scott spent a good portion of
John Farnham has been voted as the greatest Australian singer of all time by a panel of his peers, beating out the likes of AC/DC’s Bon Scott, Michael Hutchence of INXS and his good mate Jimmy Barnes. As reported by the Herald Sun, the greatest 50 Australian singers of all time list was constructed by
The Government has agreed to fund a biopic of former AC/DC frontman Bon Scott. Eddie Martin and Lizzette Atkins have been working on the project since 2008 and Screen Australia have now offered the financial support they need to get it off the ground.
Thirty-one years after his death at the age of 33 after a heavy drinking session in London, members of AC/DC still count Bon Scott as a member of the band. Speaking about the death of his late friend in an interview with USA Today, singer Brian Johnson described Scott’s death as ‘unlucky’. He added, “I