A 1978 letter from then, AC/DC front man Bon Scott to his sister is up for for bid. Three pages, handwritten on Hilton Hotel stationary go into intimate detail of life on the road and the struggles he and other band members were going through at the time. In the letters (which you can see here ) Scott says the touring schedule is a blur and that he's:
"beginning to feel and look just a little haggard. I'd love to check myself into a sanitarium for a month, but after this tour it's straight to Europe & England for a month and then back here for the winter [and] end of the year," he added. "So the next time you see me, it might be in a geriatric ward.”
Further in he also reveals the positive side of becoming a big time rock star:
"making it sound that life's hard at the moment, but I'm not complaining cause there's always good times, and we're selling lots of records and making people happy, so it can't be all that bad.”
Online bids start at $6,500 for the letters and will be accepted until Friday, January 31st, 5 p.m. More details HERE
via UCR .