It's taken some time for the dust to settle, but now it looks like we know who will be behind the drum kit for AC/DC's upcoming world tour.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was scheduled to appear in a New Zealand court on Feb. 10 to continue his defense against charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of cannabis and threatening to kill, but that court date has been bumped back to April.
If Phil Rudd is going to make AC/DC's gig at the 57th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 8, he's going to have a very tight window to do it.
However the legal drama surrounding AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd eventually resolves itself, you have to give the guy this much: He doesn't seem to be letting it put much of a cramp in his style.
The man Phil Rudd was once accused of trying to hire to kill someone has told his side of the story.
Even without detailed information, the case against Phil Rudd seemed pretty grim.
A look at some of the noteworthy events in the life and career of AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd.
Very little about Phil Rudd's life seems to make any sense these days, but reports have started coming in regarding his latest run-in with the law, and we at least have some idea of what led up to the coffee shop scuffle that ended with the AC/DC drummer in handcuffs.
The AC/DC drummer was arrested again after a public dispute with a former employee.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been full of surprises lately, but when it comes to the criminal charges he's currently facing, he's doing exactly what everyone expected: pleading not guilty.