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‘A Life on the Road,’ a TV Series from AC/DC Vocalist Brian Johnson, Sets U.S. Debut for September

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On September 15, AXS TV will begin airing A Life On the Road, the music series helmed by longtime AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson. Until now, the show aired on television over in England, but had not had an official U.S. partner until AXS’ recent acquisition of the series.

In the program, Johnson interviews a number of notable musicians and entertainers, trading stories about their careers and lives on the road and much more. From the press release:

“To sit and chat with my friends and heroes while filming ‘On The Road’ was ridiculous fun, and with no professional journalists around, you can feel the trust,” said Johnson about the series.

Brian Johnson: A Life On The Road finds the rocker going above and abroad to catch up with a slate of fellow icons, hearing their priceless stories from their time on tour and taking viewers to the places that helped define their legendary careers. Season One kicks off on September 15 as Johnson visits with Sting in New York, where the 17-time GRAMMY® winner opens up about the early days of his career and reveals the inspiration behind his signature hit “Roxanne.” In this exclusive first look, the pair travel to the former site of The Police’s first gig, the quintessential punk venue CBGB’s, which Sting describes as “kind of a spooky place… it was so full of history.” Discussing this time spent touring across America as a young man with the band, Sting reflects on the powerful impact it had on him and his character. “I’m just so grateful for it,” he continues. “It builds backbone. It builds some kind of psychological armor.”

The AXS broadcast will start with the Sting episode and feature subsequent episodes from the show’s first two seasons. The schedule:

  • Sept. 15 – Sting
  • Sept. 22 – Robert Plant
  • Sept. 29 – Roger Daltrey
  • Oct. 6 – Joe Elliott
  • Oct. 13 – Lars Ulrich
  • Oct. 20 – Nick Mason
  • Oct. 27 – Billy Joel
  • Nov. 3 – Joe Walsh
  • Nov. 10 – Dolly Parton
  • Nov. 17 – Paul Rodgers
  • Dec. 1 – Mick Fleetwood

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