Vocal Teacher Analyze The Legendary Voice Of Brian Johnson

TACOMA, WA - FEBRUARY 02: Brian Johnson of AC/DC performs at Tacoma Dome on February 2, 2016 in Tacoma, Washington. (Photo by Suzi Pratt/Getty Images)

AC/DC fans have always compared the two, Bon Scott or Brian Johnson; some have always believed that Brian had a more powerful voice and with a greater vocal range but there are those who say that Brian only yells and that Bon had a higher vocal range.

In the video below, a vocal coach tells us how great Johnson’s voice is.

The voice of AC/DC turns 74 and, although in 2016, he was forced to leave the stage due to a hearing problem, it is considered one of the most important symbols of rock.

After Bon Scott’s unexpected death, AC / DC hired Johnson from the Geordie band to take over the vocals, and they traveled the Bahamas for about six weeks to record ‘Back In Black. The rest is history.

Brian Johnson, as a singer and frontman, managed with their presences, lyrics, and voices, and with the essential instrumental and iconic contribution of the Young brothers, to create the energy and attitude of this magnificent band, a key name in rock history.

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