Part One: The early life and career of singer Bon Scott is examined, culminating with his nearly six years as AC/DC's frontman.  

GUESTS:

Clinton Walker is an Australian writer, best known for his works on popular music but with a broader interest in social and cultural history and theory. Sydney's Sun Herald has called him "our best chronicler of Australian grass-roots culture." Books he's published like Inner City Sound (1981), Buried Country (2000) and History is Made at Night (2012) have had a seminal impact on the Australian music scene. Clinton found best-selling success as Bon Scott's biographer Highway to Hell: The Life and Death of AC/DC Legend Bon Scott.

 Susan Masino has been a rock journalist for over thirty years, and has written six books, created and hosted the 94.1 JJO Local Stage radio show from 1997-2004, and produced 8 local music compilation CDs. Masino also appears in the Van Halen DVD, The Early Years, and Let There Be Rock-The Movie. Her book The Story of AC/DC-Let There Be Rock is now published in 11 languages.

Mary Renshaw was a teenager when she met Bon Scott at a Valentine's concert in 1968.  They Remained close friends until Bon's death in 1980. She is the co-author of Live Wire: A Memoir of Bon Scott by Three People Who Knew Him Best