Greetings and Welcome to My Website!

Greetings and welcome to my website! My name is Susan Masino and I am the author of six books, including my recently self-published book, The Secrets of the Universe-Universal Laws, Past Lives, Ghost Adventures and More. This new book is a departure from my rock and roll roots, but certainly is the culmination of another of my life’s passions. Universal laws, past lives, ghost adventures, numerology, positive manifestation, so many mysteries to explore and so many stories to tell. Each month I will update you on my rock and roll/paranormal adventures. I hope you enjoy my books, and please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments.

Currently my latest book, AC/DC FAQ All That’s Left To Know About the World’s True Rock and Roll Band, is available at

6 Replies to “Greetings and Welcome to My Website!”

  1. Can’t wait to get the book. Saw AC/DC at Oakland Auditorium on Back In Black tour as it was breaking. It was one of the best concerts I ever saw. Crowd sung along with every song.

    It was unreal and I’ll never forget it.

    1. Hi Paul,
      The Back In Black tour was so amazing, and bittersweet. Everyone was mourning Bon’s death, and I know the fans helped the band so much during that time. I saw them in September of 1980, and it was something I will never forget, as well. Thanks for listening! Cheers, Susan

      1. Now listening to replay of CToC now since I fell asleep when it aired last week. Fantastic!

        A couple stories/links which you may know:
        1. Midnight Special 1978: Ted Nugent and Steven Tyler introduce AC/DC: – Remember when Steven introduced them to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
        2. 1979 – Day On The Green #3: Ted Nugent, Aerosmith, AC/DC, Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush, St.Paradise (July 21, 1979). Friend got to go – I had to work – AAGHHHHH!!!
        3. 1978 – Day On The Green #3: Aerosmith, Foreigner, Pat Travers, Van Halen, AC/DC, (July 23, 1978) This was the first U.S. tour for Van Halen. – Read this years ago and I can’t find the article on the net but thought it was Guitar World. Eddie did an article – “Fav 10 Songs” or something like that. At that concert Eddie was in dressing room. Heard a commotion and thought it was a riot. Ran out to the stage. AC/DC was playing and the crowd was going nuts. He said it was one of the hardest bands they had to follow. How can you top it? He also said Angus is one of the most underrated blues rock guitarists he ever said. This is from Eddie Van Halen, one of the highest rated guitarists in rock history.
        4. Did see them Black In Back and For Those About To Rock!
        5. We saw Cheap Trick last month. Their bassist Tom Petersson was wearing a “Get Well Malcolm” T-Shirt.

        1. Hey Paul,
          I did see them twice on the Back In Black tour, and once on For Those About To Rock. Yes, no one liked to follow AC/DC. In my new book, there is a chapter on Cheap Trick and how they got along with AC/DC. They were the only band to be invited on stage to play the encores with AC/DC. Tom and Bon were hilarious together! Cheers, Susan

    1. Thank you so much, Jim! I love Coast To Coast, and I love talking about AC/DC. I am glad to hear that you enjoyed it. Cheers, Susan

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