AC/DC's Angus Young and Brian Johnson stopped by 'The Howard Stern Show' today to talk about music generally, their new album specifically and their troubled drummer, Phil Rudd, who was arrested a couple weeks ago for threatening to kill someone.
A series of stories published in the wake of Phil Rudd's stunning arrest referencing 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap' have apparently sparked renewed interest in AC/DC's timeless 1976 single.
AC/DC have been ramping up the promotion of their upcoming album, 'Rock or Bust.'
When the members of AC/DC titled their new album 'Rock or Bust,' they meant it.
AC/DC bandmates Angus Young and Cliff Williams are speaking out about Phil Rudd, who's been buffeted by charges of out-of-control behavior after his shocking arrest.
The legal drama surrounding AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd isn't anywhere close to being cleared up, but he can at least count on public support from his family members.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd could spend seven years in jail if convicted on the charges remaining from his November 2014 arrest.
The procuring-murder charge against AC/DC's Phil Rudd has been dropped.
We're starting to get a picture of the situation that saw AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd get arrested yesterday on charges that he allegedly tried to hire someone to murder two people.
A look at some of the noteworthy events in the life and career of AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd.