AC/DC Release Rare 1981 Performance Footage Of ‘What Do You Do for Money Honey’

AC/DC’s Back In Black is turning 40 years-old next week and to celebrate, the band has shared footage from a 1981 performance.

Taken from their first international tour with Brian Johnson, the performance is in Tokyo, as part of their 80-81 World Tour. They perform ‘What Do You Do For Money Honey’ and it looks so bloody loose — as you’d probably expect.

AC/DC premiered their new doco series earlier this week. It takes us through the making of Back In Black and for the first ep, we get to hear about ‘You Shook Me All Night Long’. It was the first single they released with Brian Johnson as the lead frontman.

It includes old interviews, footage, and details the process of the songs. Catch the first clip down below.

Presumably, more episodes will be coming, but there are no release dates for those just yet.

Watch the ‘What Do You Do for Money Honey’ performance below.

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