Brian Johnson Hesitates To Detail AC/DC’s Recording Plans
Would you like AC/DC to tour once again and, maybe, record a brand new album or two? Well, Brian Johnson might not be as enthusiastic about performing live or recording with his beloved band again since the frontman even hesitated to tell Eddie Trunk what the band’s plans for the future are.
Brian has been struggling with hearing-related problems as playing in one of the loudest rock bands in the world has taken its toll on the rocker’s ears. So, this process made it challenging for him to tour or even perform live again, and he had to quit mid-tour a few years ago to not suffer from total hearing loss. So, when the host asked him about AC/DC’s plans, Brian wasn’t as eager to discuss future goals.
“I’m not answering that,” Brian said when Trunk asked if AC/DC wanted to tour again anytime in the future. The singer seemed a bit pissed off as he continued, “I’m not answering that. Why should I? First of all, there’s five members in this band, and to ask one member isn’t fair.”
When the host asked if he wanted to perform live with the band again, Johnson got even more annoyed. The singer remarked that he was not allowed to answer such questions. He added, “Eddie, I cannot answer that. I’ve been told not to by everybody. It’s the official line.”
Then the interviewer was curious about whether AC/DC had plans to record something new after 2020’s ‘Power Up.’ However, Brian blamed Trunk for being sensational. He said, “It’s gettin’ tabloidy here. You’re gettin’ tabloidy. If I say one thing, it’ll be blown out of all proportion. You just can’t afford to talk now. There’s too much blabber on the Internet. And I’m not on any kind of Face-thing or social media at all, and never have been. It’s just gossip.”
So, these answers might not please you if you’re wondering about AC/DC’s touring schedule. Still, as Brian is still struggling with his hearing, it might be better for him not to perform again. The singer was also hesitant to talk about the band’s plans due to the rumors on the Internet, which has clearly made the process even more challenging for the band.