Over the past few days, conflicting reports have been popping up about the future of AC/DC. Potential health issues with guitarist Malcolm Young were rumored to signal the end of the legendary Australian band, but according to vocalist Brian Johnson, AC/DC will soon get together to jam on some potential ideas.
Yes, while Billy Joel is known as 'The Piano Man,' he did have his fair share of upbeat rockers back in the day. But Joel, who is in the midst of a Madison Square Garden residency in New York, surprised fans by upping the wattage even more than usual. AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson turned up as a surprise guest, rocking the house with a rendition of 'You Shook Me All Night Long.'
It has just been revealed that AC/DC singer Brian Johnson will be collaborating with Sting on the Police frontman's first new album in 10 years, 'The Last Ship.' The music featured in 'The Last Ship' will also be used for an upcoming musical of the same name.
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.
For concert armchair quarterbacks, there’s one thing that springs to mind when you think of cool things that AC/DC could do whenever they finally return to the road? Wouldn’t it be great to see a full-on performance of the band’s legendary ‘Back in Black’ album?
Booming AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson manned the helm of a race car this past weekend at the Daytona Race for 'Highway To Help.' Johnson took to the track for the charity racing event, placing 32nd in the rally while raising money for the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer.
Australian rock 'n' roll legends AC/DC are hoping to hit the studio again sometime this year to record the follow-up to their 2008 release 'Black Ice.' AC/DC singer Brian Johnson recently appeared on the 'Cowhead' radio show to speak about health issues within the band and his desire to write again.
The ninth season of VH1 Classic's 'That Metal Show' will launch on National Metal Day (11-11-11) and it kicks off with the biggest of all "gets" in terms of interviews, as Guns N' Roses singer W. Axl Rose sat down with the hosts for an early morning chat a few weeks back.
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