Invention Could Let Brian Johnson Return To AC/DC?


(hennemusic) There may be technology that would allow AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson to return to the stage. In-ear monitor inventor Stephen Ambrose of Asius Technologies has made a public offer of assistance to Johnson over the hearing issues that have sidelined him from the band's 2016 tour lineup.

In March, AC/DC postponed the remaining 10 shows on their spring US tour after Johnson was advised by doctors to stop touring immediately or risk total hearing loss.

Johnson issued his own statement regarding his status with the group while confirming the severity of his health issue following news that the group has brought in Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose to handle vocal duties for the remaining 2016 dates, which resume this Saturday, May 7 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Now Ambrose has posted a video message to Johnson with news that his latest upgrade to in-ear monitor technology may help the rocker return to the live stage.

"This is an open message to Brian Johnson of AC/DC: please don't stop performing - help is on the way," begins Ambrose. "Brian, I introduced Guns N' Roses to in-ear monitors in 1990 and I'm a big fan of Axl Rose's voice, but let's be clear: I'm with Roger Daltrey on this - I really can't imagine anyone but you singing 'Back In Black', or any other part of the show for that matter.

"Nobody should have to go deaf performing on stage, driving race cars or simply listening to their phone, so my life's work has been dedicated to solving this." Read more and watch the video here.

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