A young street kid with an uncanny ear for music, Michael Browning kicked off his career running Melbourne’s Hard Rock Cafe. He was also at the forefront of ‘pub rock’ in the early ’70s, booking acts like The Loved Ones and Max Merritt and the Meteors, and managing the massive band, Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs. In the ’80s Michael did it again, signing an up-and-coming band called INXS to his label Deluxe Records and setting them on the course to superstardom.
Dog Eat Dog, Michael’s first book, is an insider account of how he helped guide AC/DC to the top. It is the story of one of the true believers of the Australian music industry, the story of the man who helped the country’s two biggest bands achieve world domination … and he, the author, lived to tell the tale.