Foo Fighters Cover an AC/DC ClassicThe band covered the AC/DC standard "Let There Be Rock," a classic celebration of devil horn-raised, high-energy, guitar-blaring rebellion.
AC/DC's Brian Johnson Joins Muse for 'Back In Black'Muse ended their set with "Take a Bow" and surprised the audience during their encore with Johnson, who assisted on AC/DC's "Back In Black."
AC/DC's Brian Johnson Walks Away from Car Wreck UnscathedThe singer, who left the band last year because of hearing issues, was participating in the qualifying heat, when his Austin A35 flipped over.
AC/DC Vocalist Brian Johnson Joins Paul Rodgers OnstageLed Zeppelin's Robert Plant also took the stage, giving fans an unexpected thrill.
AC/DC's Brian Johnson Returns To Stage Alongside Robert PlantBrian Johnson showed no signs of the hearing loss that forced him to leave AC/DC more than a year ago.
Watch Axl Rose Join Billy Joel Onstage for AC/DC's 'Highway to Hell'On a more predictable note, P!nk joined Joel for "New York State of Mind" and the pair followed with P!nk's song "Try."
Ask A Rock Jock: Best Concert Ever?Carter Alan, Chuck Nowlin, and Kenny Young share stories from the best concerts they've ever seen.
Sony Music Sues Applebees Over AC/DC MusicSongs by AC/DC and C+C Music Factory are in the middle of a legal battle between Sony Music and Applebee's.
AC/DC Frontman Brian Johnson Will Host Music & Travel TV Show"One of rock music’s iconic and tour-hardened frontmen gives us a brand new and exclusive take on one aspect of the rock and roll life – live performance, touring and being on the road."
Joey Kramer Says Aerosmith Is Better Than The Rolling Stones"As far as Aerosmith goes there is no band that has been around for almost 50 years that still has the original five guys in the band," says Aerosmith's drummer. "The Stones is not the original band and I do not care for them."
Axl Rose Recording a New AC/DC Album with Angus Young?Young's appearance at a series of GNR shows has fans talking.
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