AC/DC Rock the Grammys
These guys kicked of the Grammys with a great performance, starting with their new single “Rock or Bust” from their new album of the same name.
In case you missed AC/DC at the Grammy Awards, or if you just want to relive their explosive performance, check out video at hollywoodreporter.com.
According to an article at rollingstone.com, AC/DC's performance at the Grammys marked the group's first new performance with past AC/DC drummer Chris Slade.
Slade had played on the band's 1990 LP The Razors Edge and departed in 1994.
Slade has confirmed that he will join the band on their upcoming tour, which will take place after a headlining gig at Coachella in April. He'll replace Phil Rudd, whose next court appearance is scheduled for April.
AC/DC wrapped it up with an electrifying solo at center stage from Angus.
Malcolm Young, of course, wasn't in attendance, having left the band after being diagnosed with dementia. Young’s nephew Stevie Young filled in on rhythm guitar.
For the occasion, the GRAMMYs handed out light-up devil horns for the crowd. :-D
By the way, year marks the 35th anniversary of Back in Black, the band's first with lead singer Brian Johnson.