In April of this year, iconic rock band AC/DC set out on the road again with their Rock or Bust Tour. Before the group embarked on their twenty first tour, the group hit a bump when guitarist, Malcom Young, suffered a stroke. To fill the void, he was replaced by his nephew Stevie Young. In February, the band suffered another lost when drummer Phil Rudd was kicked out of the band due to legal issues in New Zealand. He was replaced by Chris Slade.
AC/DC kicked off their North American leg of the tour in August. There six stops in the U.S. included Foxborough, East Rutherford, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Detroit.
Their set list was a mix of classic songs like, “You Shook Me All Night Long” and “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” and new songs of their Rock or Bust album including singles “Play Ball” and “Rock or Bust.”
Even though the band has been on tour for over 42 years, AC/DC still puts on a great show. Lead guitarist Angus Young still puts in 110% at every show making the crowd go wild when he gets on the ground, spinning in a circle while playing guitar even though he is 60 years old. Between the ringing of hell’s bells to the boom of cannons going off, you’re bound to have an experience that you will never forget. AC/DC, we salute you.