Australian rock musician Bon Scott, birth name Ronald Belford Scott was born on July 9, 1946 in Kirriemuir, Scotland and died on February 19, 1980 in London, England. His family emigrated to Melbourne, Australia when he was 6 years old. Scott organized his first band The Spektors in 1964. He was a drummer and occasional lead vocalist in his debut band. Later, he continued his music career in other bands like The Valentines and Fraternity. The core point in his life was when he replaced Dave Evans as the lead singer of the hard rock band AC/DC. He rose to fame with the band and released with them many successful albums boosting the band to the mainstream success around the world. After Scott’s death, the band released an album Back in Black, a tribute to Scott, which became second best-selling album in the music history. From our site, you can download the album Bon Scott with The Spektors and The Valentines in mp3.