A video of 12-year-old Kris McDowall performing AC/DC's 'You Shook Me All Night Long' went viral, leading to an online petition.
After a rumor floated around a couple of weeks ago that AC/DC would be performing at this year's Grammy Awards, that news has now officially been confirmed.
The ad, which is part of the headphone company’s ‘Hear What You Want 2015’ campaign, features NFL stars Richard Sherman, Dez Bryant and Von Miller.
In a new article by Q Magazine, it's been revealed that Malcolm had battled lung cancer and was equipped with a pacemaker to regulate a heart condition.
AC/DC will headline the 2015 Coachella Festival, with Jack White and Drake closing out the other nights.
Gov't Mule welcomed special guest Myles Kennedy to the stage for their New Year's Eve show at New York's Beacon Theater and they played a full AC/DC set.
In the early hours of 2015, AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson joined Billy Joel onstage for a surprise performance of 'You Shook Me All Night Long.'
AC/DC are among the acts to be rumored to be playing the 2015 Grammy Awards, which would now be their first performance since the release of 'Rock or Bust.'
Legendary AC/DC vocalist Bon Scott died in 1980, and now a documentary and a movie about the late singer are in the works.