As AC/DC prepare to launch their first-ever tour without co-founding member Malcolm Young, singer Brian Johnson admits that he's thinking more about death these days.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson rang in the new year last night by joining Billy Joel onstage to perform one of the band's all-time classic songs.
After all these years of wailing away as AC/DC's frontman, you'd think Brian Johnson would be immune to stage fright by now, but that apparently isn't the case.
As AC/DC suit up for the release of 'Rock or Bust' next week, Angus Young and Brian Johnson stopped by our office to offer some insight into the creation of the album and the state of rock today.
Brian Johnson spoke about the AC/DC guitarist at a fundraiser for Alzheimer's disease research.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson has pledged his support to a small U.K. charity dedicated to treating dementia patients.
AC/DC's Brian Johnson is opening up about the group's first-ever studio sessions without founding rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young, who family members confirm is suffering from dementia.
The singer will be receive an honorary doctorate from a university in Newcastle upon Tyne.
The singer says his band will probably tour, even as Malcolm Young's future with the band is undetermined.
An upcoming TV series will feature the AC/DC singer pursuing his other passion, race cars.