BRIAN JOHNSON's 'A Life On The Road' Coming To U.S. TV

The Rock/Talk TV series hosted by AC/DC 's, BRIAN JOHNSON , 'Brian Johnson: A Life On The Road,' has been acquired by AXS TV , and will make it's American TV debut in September! The 12 episodes covering 2 seasons feature interviews with such classic rock legends as Roger Daltrey , Robert Plant ,...
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Brian Johnson and Joe Walsh

AC/DC's Brian Johnson Working on Music With Joe Walsh

What were they doing in the studio?
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Angus Young (L) and Brian Johnson of AC/DC perform in 2016

AC/DC's Engineer Confirms the Band Has Been in the Studio

Speculation about a new album with Brian Johnson and Phil Rudd intensifies
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Singer Brian Johnson of AC/DC performs onstage during The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Brian Johnson is Reportedly Back with AC/DC

Is a new album on the way?
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Axl Rose in 2016

Axl Rose Debuts New Music As 'Looney Tunes' Character

First new track from GNR frontman in 10 years
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Brian Johnson of AC/DC performs on stage in 2015

Hear AC/DC's "Hells Bells" on Church Bells

The classic song like you've never heard it before
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Malcolm Young, Brian Johnson, Angus Young, Phil Rudd and Cliff Williams from AC/DC

New AC/DC Album Will Include Guitar Riffs from Malcolm Young

AC/DC's new album will feature guitar from the late Malcolm Young, the band's co-founder.
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AC/DC lead vocalist Brian Johnson performs

450 Guitarists Break World Record by Playing AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell”

457 guitarists synched up in the band’s hometown of Sydney, Australia to perform the iconic song together.
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Background of old cassettes and tapes

Hipsters Cause Huge Boost In Cassette Sales

To be cool, you have to listen to music on a super low quality format.
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Aussie Postal Service Tribute To AC/DC Backfires, Angers Fans

It's always a cool thing when postage stamps are issued that celebrate a country's famous people, be they politicians, artists, statesmen, famous people, or musicians, and there have been many such tributes through the years. However, the Australian Post (mail service), who probably had good...
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