Biography
A hard rock band from Newcastle, England, Geordie is mostly known for their lead vocalist, Brian Johnson, who would later join AC/DC. In 1972 and 1973, they had a few hits in the U.K., including the number six single All Because of You and Can You Do It, which reached number 13. Their sound was influenced by British rock bands of the day such as Led Zeppelin, as well as some glam stompers, with Johnson's distinctively abrasive singing strongly in evidence.

Geordie guitarist Vic Malcolm had previously recorded with Influence and Yellow before joining U.S.A., which became Geordie before starting to record in 1972. The band kept going until 1976, after which Brian Johnson spent a few years doing sessions until joining AC/DC following the death of their previous singer, Bon Scott. The other members did reform Geordie briefly in 1983, releasing one album, then changing their name to Powerhouse after the departure of Malcolm, and releasing one subsequent LP. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi




 
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Geordie - Goodbye Love (1975) German TV
Gabry Ponte - Geordie
BREAKOUT STAR | True Geordie Fight Awards 2021
Geordie Kieffer - Red Line (Official Video)
Geordie - Going Down (pre AC/DC Brian Johnson, 1974)
School Of British Accents – GEORDIE
Geordie (Brian Johnson) - Can You Do It
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