AC/DC founder and guitarist Malcolm Young’s tragic death after a battle with dementia has left many celebrities in shock and sadness. See the grieving tweets here.
Guns N’ Roses is back, baby! The rock legends throttled Coachella with the help of AC/DC’s iconic Angus Young, and it was a performance that had to be seen to be believed. Click through to watch every single moment!
Coachella‘s first weekend was full of absolutely insane performances, but nothing has touched the intensity and sheer brilliance of headliners Guns N’ Roses. Rock gods Axl Rose, 54, and Slash, 50, are back and better than ever, and they brought along the legendary Angus Young to rock the socks off Coachella! Click through to watch their epic performance!
AC/DC played their first gig in six years at Coachella on April 9, and it was incredible. The band performed hits like ‘Thunderstruck,’ ‘Highway to Hell’ and more! Click to WATCH!
AC/DC is back! The rock band performed at Coachella on April 9 in what was their first concert in six years. Despite the lengthy absence, AC/DC didn’t miss a beat on stage at the music festival. They performed many of their classic hits and had the crowd on their feet!
Is Phil Rudd on the highway to prison? The AC/DC drummer was arrested after allegedly trying to hire a hitman to kill not one, but two men. Yikes.
Phil Rudd, 60, has been charged with “attempting to procure a murder” because of his involvement in an alleged murder-for-hire plot in New Zealand. The Australian native is best known for being the drummer in 80’s rock band AC/DC, which was set to release a new album in Dec. 2014.
It has been reported that Malcolm Young, songwriter and guitarist for Australian rock band AC/DC has become too ill to perform and that the band would retire — but now, that doesn’t seem to be the case, according to frontman Brian Johnson himself. Read on for the truth behind the rumors!
Earlier this month, it was reported that songwriter and guitarist Malcolm Young, 61, would be too ill to perform in AC/DC anymore and that the band would be forced to retire, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. However, Brian Johnson, 66, the frontman of the Australian rock band has spoken out about the rumors — and things are not as dire as they have been reported! Read on for all the details.