Get ready to witness the greatest thing to ever grace your eyeballs and penetrate your earholes. This old man from India is a karaoke master: He can literally sing anything! Don't believe us? We've got the clips of the man singing Metallica's 'Enter Sandman,' Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child O' Mine' and AC/DC's 'Highway to Hell.'
He was one of the more entertaining characters in rock music and now the short life and times of late AC/DC frontman Bon Scott will be featured on the big screen. After spending the last year getting the cast and crew lined up, pre-production has begun on a new biopic titled 'Bon Scott -- The Legend of AC/DC.'
In announcing their 'An Evening With…' concerts, Halestorm promised that fans would get a chance to see different sides of the band. On Thursday night (Dec. 27) in Philadelphia, the band got a chance to prove it, incorporating cover songs from AC/DC, Judas Priest, Guns N' Roses, Skid Row and more into their set.
We all know how awesome AC/DC's music is, but their classic hard rock anthems appeal to people from all walks of life. Even British engineers rock out to 'Highway to Hell' while they're on the job! They just happen to be using the song to test new laser technology for in-flight drones.
AC/DC's 'Back in Black' album is among the pack of new titles entering the Grammy Hall of Fame this year. The band's classic 1980 disc joins more than 900 recordings that make up the Grammy Hall's collection.
There’s an old saying that if it’s too loud, you’re too old. However, we’re not so sure that adage applies to the New Hampshire town in this particular case, where a woman was arrested after blaring AC/DC‘s anthem ‘Highway to Hell’ at 1AM.
AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson has been heard all over radio for years now, but perhaps not in the way that he's about to. The singer has just inked a deal to host a six-week radio series for the U.K.'s BBC Radio 2.
The Australian synchronized swim team injected the London 2012 Olympics with some good old fashioned rock when they performed to a medley of AC/DC songs that included ‘Thunderstruck’ and ‘Back in Black.’
Iran's nuclear program has been a constant source of news for the American media, as various governments and international organizations have attempted to ban Iran from developing their nuclear program. AC/DC, however, have apparently prevailed in causing a ruckus in Iran, as their classic track 'Thunderstruck' has been used as the calling card for a cyber attack against the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI).
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