AC/DC Legend Reveals Tragedy After He Quit


Original AC/DC vocalist Dave Evans recently stated that he has no regrets about his split with the group.

Dave Evans explains his statement

Dave recorded AC/DC’s first two singles, “Can I Sit Next To You Girl” and “Baby, Please Don’t Go”. But in October 1974, less than a year after AC/DC’s first gig, Evans was out of the band. He was replaced by Scott, who sang on AC/DC’s first six studio albums and became a legend himself after his death in 1980.

Evans discussed his post-AC/DC career in a recent interview with Argentina’s Urbana Play 104.3 FM. Asked if he has any regrets about the way his time with the band ended, Dave said: “I’ve had a fantastic career. I kept rocking with Rabbit and David Evans and Thunder Down Under, and I’m traveling around the world now, still recording. So as far as my career is concerned, I’ve had a fantastic career; I’m still having an amazing time. Bon Scott joined the band, but he was there about five or six years, and he’s dead. So it was bad luck for him.”

“You can’t have regrets,” he continued. “I’m having the most incredible life. I travel the whole world. And I’m a solo artist, of course, so I don’t have to take a band with me. I have musicians in all different countries. I go wherever I want to go. And I see all the countries and I do what I want to do, not what the band has to tell me to do and that kind of thing. So I have freedom to be where I want to be with the people I wanna be with. And at the end of the day, it’s all about freedom — life is about freedom; freedom of choice and being with people that you really love. And I’m lucky to do that.”