The band’s longtime frontman speaks for the first time since his bandmate’s death.
Somebody buy that man a lottery ticket.
Clash of the rock titans \m/
It’s titled ‘Life On The Road’
A little piece of music history.
“I was really moved and amazed to be able to hear music again like I haven’t heard for several years now.”
Your dad will love it.
Will this get him Back In Black?
“I was advised that if I continue to perform at large venues, I risked total deafness.”
“Nobody is buying the hearing thing that I know”
The Guns N’ Roses frontman will fill in for Acca Dacca on the remainder of their ‘Rock Or Bust’ world tour dates.
“The timing is just right”
“I apologised… I talked in a conversation, not realising it would be that crazy”
The AC/DC frontman has confided in comedian Jim Breuer.
After all, it can’t be just anyone.
“Judging from the reaction in Australia, your crowd already seems to really like me,” Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist writes in a convincing job application.
Doctors say the singer risks “total hearing loss” if he keeps going.
Following his assurances that legendary Australian hard rock band AC/DC are continuing to make music despite Malcolm Young taking leave due to illness, frontman Brian Johnson says the band are “likely” to tour before the end of the year. Johnson made the announcement directly to fans in a brief statement on his motor racing website
Following frontman Brian Johnson‘s assurances last month that legendary Australian hard rock band AC/DC is not breaking up, Johnson has now confirmed the band will be moving forward with new studio sessions to be overseen by Brendan O’Brien, who produced their 2008 album Black Ice. Speaking to The Telegraph last month, Johnson rubbished rumours that
AC/DC‘s Brian Johnson joined Billy Joel onstage on Friday during his Madison Square Garden residency for a surprise performance of the classic You Shook Me All Night Long, marking Johnson’s first live appearance since AC/DC’s Black Ice tour in 2010. According to Consequnce of Sound Joel has long covered AC/DC’s Highway to Hell in concert