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Emergency AC/DC Band Meeting



ANGUS: Right, so Brian’s out.

MALCOLM: Fuck him for getting old!

ANGUS: Not like us, mate. 855 more words

Interview with Susan Masino

A little while ago Susan Masino (long time AC/DC chronicler) and I had a chat about Bon, his lyrics and AC/DC. Hope you enjoy.

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James Quinton

A Rose by Any Other Name

The first major concert I ever saw was AC/DC at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio in 2008. I had previously been in attendance at some other smaller musical presentations from the likes of bands like Survivor with one big hit and a couple other songs you hear occasionally on the radio, but never anything of the caliber of a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band that defied arena rock and overpowered it with a consistency unmatched by any other musical act across any genre. 957 more words

AC/DC Dealt Another Blow

AC/DC front-man, Brian Johnston has been warned by doctors to stop touring or risk losing his hearing completely. . This has been the latest of a string of blows to the iconic band that Australia has called their own (the Young brothers were born in Scotland and Johnston is from England). 280 more words

Current Events


AC/DC are one of the best rock and roll bands ever to strap on a guitar. You just have to hear one of those booming riffs blare out and you are taken to a better place. 511 more words


Is the end nearing for AC/DC?

ONCE more, the noose seems to be tightening around the necks of one of the greatest rock’n’roll bands in history, AC/DC.

Just two years after band co-founder Malcolm Young succumbed to dementia, singer Brian Johnson has reportedly been told by doctors to stop touring immediately and the rest of a US tour has been postponed. 245 more words


Song of the Day: Back In Black (by AC/DC)

Last year, I did a mini-series of “Song of the Day” that featured some of my favorite rock and metal guitar solos. This time around I plan to showcase some of my favorite guitar riffs from the world of rock and metal. 428 more words