With outstanding live performances, original material and Bon Scott (later with AC/DC) as lead vocalist, it’s no wonder Fraternity rocked the Australian music world in 1970. Each band member was a sought-after experienced performer. Fraternity gained opening spots with acts such as Deep Purple, Manfred Mann and Black Sabbath. Fraternity’s complex musical arrangements and originality influenced some of Australia’s greatest musicians such as later members Jimmy Barnes and John Swan.
For the first time in 50 years the band’s story is told in their own words and this significant lost chapter in Australian music history is revealed.