Rhythm Bassist Todd Mittlebrooke Hanging with AC/DC’s Brian Johnson

It was typical night in beautiful New York City as Skum rhythm bassist Todd Mittlebrooke and AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson met up at The Strand bookstore in midtown Manhattan.

It was the first time that the two were together since meeting backstage at Castle Donington in 1989.

“It was great to be here and see Todd again and talk about what they are doing. It’s fantastic!” said Johnson. Then he added with a laugh, “you know I heard those tapes and it ain’t Back in Black!'”

The event which coincided with Johnson’s book signing of his book entitled “Rockers and Rollers” was attended by over 1,000 hard core AC/DC fans who were out in force, with the line wrapped around the city block.

Mittlebrooke and Johnson hung out in the green room away from the crowd as they clowned for the paparazzi and traded stories of life and music.

“To be here in support of Brian is an honor and I am glad I was able to make it out. The guy is a rock legend and his book is hilarious. It is a must read for any fan of the road. How could I not come out tonight?”