Dave Evans was an original singer for AC/DC leaving only a year after the band got going. In an interview with Fox Sports the rockers said;
"We were always very ambitious. When you're young, you want to show the world what you've got. We were doing shows, but, basically, we weren't getting paid. The management had money but we were basically starving, so one night we'd had a few drinks and I said my piece and it all kicked off.
Dave recorded their first two singles, Can I Sit Next To You Girl and Baby Please Don't Go before he left the band. He said he loved his time with the band as they had their first record, first tour, as well as played some of the biggest venues in Australia.
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