Ep 190: AC/DC’s Brian Johnson – Part 2

Ep 190: AC/DC’s Brian Johnson – Part 2

AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson is back with more stories from his extraordinary family history. This time we hear about his dad’s time fighting in Italy, plus his Italian mum’s fascist family past.

WARNING: Some strong language.

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