5 hrs ago
Rarely has any guitar player done so much with so little.
AC/DC guitarist Angus Young may be one of the unlikeliest guitar heroes in rock music, simply for the fact that he's not trying to be a guitar hero at all.
13 hrs ago
Northwest Music Scene
Ex-Queenryche frontman Geoff Tate 's band is now Operation: Mindcrime
More than three decades after launching the musical journey that would become known as Queensryche, singer Geoff Tate - the frontman heard on all Queensryche hits has announced he's got a new name for his band, Operation: Mindcrime.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
WIBA FM 101.5
AC/DC is done recording. So... When do we get to hear it?
Brian Johnson says AC/DC has finished recording their new album with some help from Stevie Young.
New AC/DC bio shows San Antonio some love
AUGUST 01: Bon Scott, Malcolm Young, Phil Rudd, Angus Young and Cliff Williams of Australian rock band AC/DC pose in London, England in August 1979.
WBAB-FM West Babylon
A Burning Hot AC/DC Cover
Lately it seems everybody wants to cover AC/DC's "Thunderstruck" but not with traditional rock instruments.
Listen Up! Brittany Howard of the Alabama Shakes Shares Her Tour Must-Haves
But rather than Joplin, Howard cites artists like David Bowie and AC/DC's Bon Scott as her main influences.
KLZZ-FM Saint Cloud
Chris Slade Reveals the Reason He Quit AC/DC, Hints at Firm Reunion
Drummer Chris Slade came to AC/DC in the late '80s after building an impressive resume with a long list of rock acts that included Manfred Mann , David Gilmour , and the short-lived Paul Rodgers / Jimmy Page supergroup the Firm .
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Lars Ulrich Fuels AC/DC Glastonbury Rumor
Metallica star Lars Ulrich has fueled rumors rock veterans Ac/Dc will headline Britain's iconic Glastonbury festival next year.
ON Semiconductor Offers Integrated Switching Regulators to Enable...
ON Semiconductor , driving energy efficient innovations, has added three new current mode, fixed frequency switching regulators to its expansive power management product portfolio.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
KLZZ-FM Saint Cloud
35 Years Ago: Joe Perry Quits Aerosmith
For much of the '70s, Aerosmith reveled in their reputation as rock's most delightfully sleazy bad boys, with creative anchors Steven Tyler and Joe Perry - a.k.a. the Toxic Twins - as famous for their chemical appetites as for their creative spark.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
ROCKIN' RIVER: Three days, three stages and more than 20 bands
The 2014 Rockin' River Music Festival is turning out to be the best ever. You don't want to miss it.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson to race his Mini at North East circuit
Rock star Brian Johnson will be returning to his native North East - for the second time in a month - to celebrate his second love.
Norcold Refrigerators Control Energy Usage
Norcold Inc. has introduced new 2.7-cubic-foot N305 and N306 refrigerators, providing the same cooling performance found in the N300 and N302 models they replace, but with improved controls that give owners more ability to guide the unit's energy usage and operations.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
KLZZ-FM Saint Cloud
10 Best B-Sides Ever
Before we start our list of the Best B-Sides Ever, we should probably explain the terminology a bit.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
This Day in Music History: July 25th
2001: The Doors' drummer John Densmore & Bonnie Raitt among others were arrested in Itasca, IL for protesting against a company that is claimed to destroy rainforests.
On This Day in Music 7/25
We've made it! Friday! Hooray! Make sure you are doing the bare minimum today at work, you don't want to ruin a perfectly good day with pesky annoyances like doing your job.
Rock Hall Anniversary: AC/DC's Highway to Hell
Produced by Robert "Mutt" Lange, the album was released internationally in July 1979, then in America about a week later and finally in their native Australia in November, where it would hit the top twenty.
Drummer Chris Slade Reflects on His AC/DC Audition and Departure from the Band
Even with a resume that includes membership in The Firm -- Jimmy Page 's post- Led Zeppelin band -- as well as backing Pink Floyd 's David Gilmour , drummer Chris Slade still had to try out circa the late 1980s for AC/DC .
TDIM - AC/DC Released The Best Selling Hard Rock Album Of All Time - 25th July
So join us in toasting the legendary band as they relive the fond memories they have attached to this day due to the release of their best selling album, Back In Black #ThisDayInMusic.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Chris Slade Revealed Quitting AC/DC For 'Stupid Pride' [News]
Drummer Chris Slade has revealed he quit AC/DC in 1994 as a result of "stupid pride" - and he'd react differently if the situation rose again.