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Bon Scott
Original name: Ronald Belford Scott
Birth: Jul. 9, 1946
Angus, Scotland
Death: Feb. 19, 1980
London Borough of Southwark
Greater London, England

Singer, Musician. Born Ronald Belford Scott, he began his musical career as a bagpipe player with his father's highland band. He sang for the bands "The Valentines" and "Fraternity" before joining the heavy metal band "AC/DC" in 1974, replacing singer Dave Evans. Along with guitarist brothers Malcolm and Angus Young, the band recorded their debut album "High Voltage." In 1975, on their next recorded album "T.N.T." Bon Scott played the bagpipes on the song "It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock and Roll)." Through the rest of the 1970s Ac/DC recorded a number of highly successful releases, including "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" in 1976, "Let There Be Rock" in 1977, "Powerage" in 1978, a live release "If You Want Blood" and finally "Highway to Hell" in 1979. Bon Scott was known for his unique powerful voice and heavy drinking lifestyle, which lead to his death of acute alcohol poisoning in February 1980. His remains were cremated and his ashes was thrown to the wind; his family erected a memorial plaque to him in Freemantle Cemetery. (bio by: Izzebella) 
Fremantle Cemetery *
Melville City
Western Australia, Australia
Plot: Fremantle Cemetery, Ground Niche Frontage Garden Site N3 Position 10
*Memorial Site [?]
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Record added: Jan 01, 2001
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Had it not been for you and Brian Johnson, there would be no AC/DC. Axl Rose does not compare to either you or Brian. You and Brian were AC/DC, not Axl.
- Austin Rollins
 Added: May. 11, 2017
It saddens me seeing AC/DC, the band you played a huge part in bringing to life, becoming a massive shadow of its former self with Axl Rose as the lead singer. I just know you would not approve of what has currently become of one of the biggest bands on t...(Read more)
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 Added: May. 11, 2017

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