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AC/DC
It’s been four decades since the Australian Hard Rock Band AC/DC was formed by brothers Malcom and Angus Young. Their music did not go out of fashion because it isn't about fashion—it's about the Rock and Roll spirit!!

History and Origin

AC/DC name was given by the two brothers and their logo symbolizes the band's raw energy and power driven performance. The band saw many highs and lows and there has been a constant change in the band members. After the death of Bon Scott, lead singer and co-songwriter, in 1980 the band considered disbanding. But, with family support they continued and today the core team members are Angus Young, lead guitar; Malcom Young, rhythm guitar and backing vocals; Phil Rudd, drums; Cliff Williams, bass and backing vocals; and Brian Johnson, lead vocals. �

Nominations, Awards, and Albums

AC/DC received nominations in American music award, APRA, Grammy nomination, and many others. They won Grammy awards in 2010. One of the most famous and most played songs till date is ‘Highway to Hell’.
Below is a list of some of the AC/DC albums:
  • High Voltage (1975)
  • T.N.T. (1975)
  • Let There Be Rock (1977)
  • Highway to Hell (1979)
  • Back in Black (1980)
  • Powerage (1978)
  • Iron Man 2 (2010)

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