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Chris V.'s AC/DC Diary: AC/DC Rocks Richfield 24 Years Ago Today!

It was on this day (November 23rd, 1990) when AC/DC rocked Richfield!  That’s right!  While on the first leg of their North American “Razors Edge” Tour, AC/DC would stop in Richfield on a Friday night and flat out rock!   208 more words

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Chris V.'s AC/DC Diary: "For Those About To Rock" Released 32 Years Ago...Today!

It was 33 years ago today (November 23rd, 1981) when AC/DC released their seventh international album, “For Those About To Rock.”  With a title track that would become their closing performance for the rest of the band’s existence, “For Those About To Rock” would become AC/DC‘s only No. 234 more words

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AC/DC is going on tour and nothing is going to stop them

In surprising news Brian Johnson of legendary classic rock band AC/DC has said that the band will in all probability not fire recently arrested drummer Phil Rudd. 177 more words

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The Importance of Panning

The Importance of Panning

The above article is about how bands are mixed on record.  I think it is simple enough to follow that even someone that doesn’t understand recording could get something out of it. 386 more words

AC/DC's A. Young/Johnson Talk with Howard Stern About M. Young, Rudd

AC/DC’s Brian Johnson and Angus Young were guests this week on The Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM. Among the topics discussed were guitarist Malcolm Young’s battle with dementia, as well as the severity of drummer Phil Rudd‘s legal troubles. 85 more words

If illness shattered your stories

As creatives we worry about losing our financial security and practical support outside the bubble of our own imagination, but what about losing your most precious possession: your mind? 173 more words

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Dirty Deeds and Disappointment

When news broke recently of the charges against AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd for drug possession, and his plotting to commit murder by hiring a hitman to kill two people on his behalf, I’m pretty sure I was not alone in my thinking: 264 more words

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