The Grammys may have taken a hit with rock fans after the 2014 ceremony, but if the rumors are true, the 2014 ceremony could be off to a rocking start. According to Hits Daily Double, AC/DC are among the initial acts rumored to be taking part in the 57th annual Grammy Awards.

The rumors suggest AC/DC, Madonna and U2 among the initial acts being booked for the Feb. 8 ceremony, which would be a pretty impressive start with three of music's most celebrated performers.

If AC/DC are part of the ceremony, it certainly would be big news as the band has announced their intent to hit the road in 2015 in support of the newly released 'Rock or Bust' album. A few AC/DC dates have already surfaced for 2015, but they are scheduled much later than February.

At present, the band is dealing with the current legal situation of drummer Phil Rudd, who has been charged with "threatening to kill" a contractor and his daughter, as well as a pair of drug charges. Rudd recently stated that he would be with the band in 2015, though guitarist Angus Young stated in an interview that he needed to "sort himself out" before continuing with the band.

Rudd did play with AC/DC on the 'Rock or Bust' album, but his issues led to his absence during the band's video shoots as well as a recent promotional photo.

The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will take place at Los Angeles' Staples Center on Feb. 8 and will air at 8PM ET/PT on CBS.

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