Yesterday, we shared two mysterious audio clips of what seems to be Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose rehearsing with AC/DC.
Over the weekend, AC/DC issued a statement confirming frontman Brian Johnson's departure from the venerableband.
AC/DC's Angus Young performed with Guns N' Roses this past Saturday nightat the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival in southern California.
Late Saturday night, AC/DC officially announced the departure of longtime frontman Brian Johnson and his—at least temporary—replacement by Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose.
Today, our vintage video camera drops in on the Bon Scott-fronted AC/DC in the midst of a high-spirited performance of "Fling Thing" (aka "Bonny") and "Rocker," the T.N.T. track.
According to several reports, Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose might be filling in for AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson for the rest of the Australian band's tour.
AC/DC have beenforced to reschedule 10 upcoming dates on the U.S. leg of their "Rock or Bust" World Tour.
A few years ago, Howard Stern and his TV/radio crew werevisited by AC/DC's Brian Johnson, Angus Young and Malcolm Young.
AC/DC have announced the next next leg of their "Rock or Bust" World Tour. These new American dates kick off February 2 in Tacoma, Washington, and run through April 4 in New York City.
Former Guns N’ Roses bandmates Slash and Duff McKagan reunited onstage a few days ago to perform “It’s So Easy” and “Paradise City.” As you can see below, they also played AC/DC's “Highway to Hell.”
As Guitar World's 30th anniversary celebration continues, 30 of the greatest living guitarists tell us who they would pick as the greatest guitarists of all time.
Sure, the late, great Elvis Presley covered everyone from Bob Dylan to the Beatles during his extraordinary lifetime.