Fraternity was a band formed in Australia in early 1970. It originally started by four ex-members of 'Levi Smith's Clefs': Tony
Buettel (drums), Mick Jurd (lead guitar), John Bisset (Keyboards) and Bruce Howe (bass & vocals). However, the band
underwent a couple of changes before recording it's first album: John Freeman replaced Buettel on drums and as a vocalist the
then disbanded Valentines' singer was called in. The name of this lad was Bon Scott.
They recorded their second album in April 1972 and attempted to enter the UK music market by that time. They did not get the
recognition they expected there and returned back to Australia renaming the band to 'Fang' in early 1973. The band then
underwent some changes and finally disbanded in 1981.