Johnson voiced a British Commander in the game Call of Duty: Finest Hour.
Brian sang Whole Lotta Rosie during his audition for AC/DC.
Brian is the oldest member of AC/DC.
Brian performed in various shows with the 'Scouts', and appeared in a play that aired on television, and joined a local church choir.
Brian's first album with AC/DC was Back in Black, a tribute to thier late singer Bon Scott.
He is the singer and co-songwriter of AC/DC.
Johnson was the third singer for AC/DC.
Brian was in the glam rock band Geordie before joining AC/DC.
Brian is rarely seen in public without a hat on. Despite this he has a full head of hair.
(When asked about the internet)
Brian: I gotta tell you, one of the troubles in the internet and some of the fanzine things, is rumours.
Brian: I love America. I live here now, and it's the greatest country in the world, as far as I'm concerned.
Brian: I'm going back out there to try to scream again.
Brian: I'm an out and out basic man and AC/DC are one of the best rock 'n' roll bands in the world, doing things just to the basics, you know.
Brian: Punk and all that was just an image that ripped people off. Johnny Rotten's a wanker, and that's all there is to it.
Brian: We (AC/DC) just go out there and don't give a fuck about critics. We play what we play and that's that.
Brian: I was annoyed that Bon wasn't given the respect he was due when he was alive.
Brian: We (AC/DC) are never going to win any Grammy awards. We're never gonna win any respect from the squeaky-clean mob and Rolling Stone or everybody like that, because we don't give any messages out that they think are important.