AC/DC was formed back in 1973 by Malcolm and Angus Young with bassist Larry Van Kriedt, vocalist Dave Evans, and Colin Burgess as a drummer. Their first concert was booked at a nightclub on New Year’s Eve, the same year the band started playing together. It took only one year for the band to build a strong reputation and in 1974, they received an offer to perform at Michael Browning’s club called Hard Rock. Browning did not like the band’s glam-rock image that they were carrying at that time. He also believed that Evans was not the right singer for the band. Quickly after this, the band lost their first manager and Browning agreed to become one. They also got rid of their glam-rock image and changed it to more of a blues-rock sound. Finally, all the members agreed that Evans was not a suitable front man for the group.