Kathamndu- Originally due to be published in 2021, Brian Johnson’s long-awaited biography is coming next month. AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson will publish his autobiography The Lives Of Brian on October 13, just under one year after it was originally supposed to emerge. First revealed in April 2021, Johnson’s memoirs were originally slated for release on October 21, 2021: no explanation has been given for the delay.
In the UK, the book will be published by Penguin Michael Joseph, a division of Penguin Random House, by publishing director Rowland White. It will be published simultaneously in America by Dey Street Books, an imprint of the William Morrow Group at HarperCollins.

The book covers Johnson’s early years in County Durham and his first taste of success in glam rocker Geordie, before going on to cover his audition for AC/DC and the subsequent recording of the band’s classic Black In Black album. It goes on to detail Johnson’s long career with AC/DC, including his enforced retirement during the Rock Or Bust tour and subsequent, triumphant return on “DC’s Power Up album. It also covers Johnson’s forays into TV with his series Cars That Rock With Brian Johnson and Brian Johnson: A Life On The Road. Johnson returned to the stage last weekend to perform with Foo Fighters and Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich at the first Taylor Hawkins tribute concert.