Thursday, August 16, 2018

AC/DC recording engineer spotted with band members at Vancouver studio

AC/DC recording engineer Mike Fraser has been spotted at a Vancouver studio as the band continues to make headlines with their appearance in the western Canadian city.

Ear Of Newt writer Steve Newton – who has been tracking information on the group since he broke news of a fan encounter with band members a week before the first images from the scene surfaced – has posted a new photograph of Fraser with Brian Johnson and Phil Rudd on the outside deck of The Warehouse taken by local fans Crystal Lambert and Glenn Slavens.

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Fraser has engineered AC/DC’s last three studio albums – 2000’s “Stiff Upper Lip”, 2008’s “Black Ice” and 2014’s “Rock Or Bust” – at the same Warehouse studio owned by rocker Bryan Adams.

Meanwhile, speculation continues about the possible recording sessions and who might be handling bass duties following the 2016 retirement of longtime member Cliff Williams.

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