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Much More to Brian Johnson Hiring than Just Jalen Hurts

PHILADELPHIA – Brian Johnson wanted to coach football in the NFL, the highest level of professional football in the world. “I was excited for a new challenge, and I felt like at this point of my career, in terms of myself and my family, it was a great decision to get a chance to make the jump,” said Johnson.
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Brian Johnson opens up on finally working with Jalen Hurts

Jalen Hurts and Brian Johnson are finally working together. The Eagles quarterback and quarterbacks coach have known each other for nearly the entirety of Hurts’ life and the latter even tried getting the quarterback to other college stops before he chose Alabama. The Eagles hired Johnson away from the Florida...
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Mark Knopfler Reveals Inspiration for ‘Sultans Of Swing’ to Brian Johnson

On the second season of Brian Johnson’s A Life On The Road, Mark Knopfler appeared on the third episode. Filmed around Tynemouth and the North East of England, Knopfler discussed the Dire Straits classic hit and best-known track “Sultans of Swing”. He first saw this “dusty little jazz, Dixieland jazz...
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What Brian Johnson From The Breakfast Club Is Doing Now

What happens when five students with seemingly little in common are sentenced to Saturday detention together? "The Breakfast Club" is born. Now a cult classic, the 1985 film tackles high school drama head-on, with each of the main characters representing their place in the social hierarchy. Claire Standish (Molly Ringwald) is the princess. Andrew Clark (Emilio Estevez) is the athlete. Allison Reynolds (Ally Sheedy) is the basket case. John Bender (Judd Nelson) is the criminal.
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How Brian Johnson Nearly Missed Out On Joining AC/DC

1980 was a tragic year to be a rock fan. As pointed out by the Brooklyn Bugle, that was the year when rock music "discovered its mortality," as fans mourned the deaths of John Lennon, Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, and Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis. AC/DC singer Bon Scott was also among the more prominent musicians who died that year, as he was found dead in his car on February 19, 1980, having apparently choked on his own vomit after a night of heavy drinking. At that time, AC/DC was finally enjoying international success, as the Australian band's sixth album, "Highway to Hell," became their first release to crack the upper half of the Billboard 200.
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Foo Fighters, Brian Johnson, Eddie Vedder and More Perform at Vax Live

Watch Foo Fighters team with Brian Johnson of AC/DC for a performance of “Back in Black” at Vax Live. Foo Fighters teamed up with AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson to perform an amped up version of “Back in Black” during last weekend’s Vax Live: A Concert to Reunite the World program.
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Watch Foo Fighter’s Comeback Performance With Brian Johnson

Foo Fighters teamed up with AC/DC’s Brian Johnson for a searing performance of the classic hit “Back in Black” at Global Citizen’s Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World. It took place at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on May 2 but was only streamed online on May 8. Foo Fighters played a six-song set that featured fan favorites like “Everlong”, “All My Life”, and “Times Like These”.
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Dave Grohl Performs ‘Back in Black’ with AC/DC’s Brian Johnson

Although the COVID-19 pandemic is finally starting to see a lowering of cases in the United States, that is not the case for the rest of the world. Countries like India are suffering terribly. And they now need our help more than ever. One of the many efforts to raise funds for victims of the pandemic is Global Citizen’s Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World.
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Watch AC/DC’s Brian Johnson perform Back In Black with Foo Fighters

In the middle of a six-song set at Global Citizen’s VAX LIVE: The Concert To Reunite The World, Foo Fighters brought out a very special guest in the form of AC/DC​’s Brian Johnson. After tearing through All My Life and Everlong, Dave Grohl and co. invited the rock’n’roll legend out...
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Watch pro-shot footage of AC/DC’s Brian Johnson tearing through Back in Black with the Foo Fighters

Last week we caught a glimpse of AC/DC front man Brian Johnson’s guest spot with the Foo Fighters on a cover of his band’s immortal 1980 anthem, Back in Black. Now pro-shot footage of the full performance, which took place at Global Citizen's Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World, has been released. You can check out Johnson tearing through the song with Grohl and the Foos above.