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Ever since AC/DC made their debut in a crowded rock landscape in the late 1970s, they have never strayed from their classic formula of soaring guitar riffs, macho bravado and energetic music that captured the hearts of fans worldwide. The group has seen plenty of members over the years, but its current lineup of guitar-playing brothers Angus and Malcolm Young, drummer Phil Rudd, bassist Cliff Williams and Brian Johnson has proven to be a stellar group that still enthralls audiences today.

AC/DC burst onto the scene with their first album in 1975, dubbed High Voltage, which built plenty of momentum for the group's following albums, Highway to Hell in 1979 and Back In Black, which many consider to be the band's finest record and also its most successful. Amazingly, AC/DC followed up the massive success of Back In Black with For Those About To Rock, We Salute You, which was the band's first No. 1 album in the U.S.

After a down period during the 1980s, AC/DC came roaring back in the 1990s with the release of the successful album, The Razors Edge. The group showed that they would continue to get better with age with the release of Ballbreaker in 1995 and followed that up with Stiff Upper Lip in 2000. In 2008, the group released the surprise hit of the year, Black Ice, which was the group's only other No. 1 album and the second-highest selling record during 2008. In 2014, AC/DC released their 15th studio album Rock or Bust. The album was an instant hit and includes top songs "Rock or Bust," and "Play Ball." Score with TicketCity - the place to go for AC/DC Tickets.

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Rock or Bust Tour

In late 2014 rumors began to float around about a 2015 tour for AC/DC. The rumors proved true as the band announced a world tour starting in April 2015 in support of their 15th studio album Rock or Bust. The Rock or Bust Tour also serves as a 40th anniversary Tour for AC/DC. The Rock or Bust Tour will kick off in April at the Coachella Music Festival, before hitting locations accross Europe, then will return to North America. For the Rock or Bust Tour, typical AC/DC memebers Malcolm young and Phil Rudd will be replaced by Stevie Young and Chris Slade. The Rock or Bust Tour is one of the most anticipated shows for 2015 and celebrated 40 years of AC/DC music.

Black Ice Tour

The Black Ice Tour began in 2008 and continued for two years. The tour supported AC/DC's album Black Ice and circled the world a couple time. The Black Ice Tour began in North America and took two tours around Europe, Asia, and returned to North America multiple times. The Black Ice Tour was the first time that AC/DC had toured in 5 years. In total, the Black Ice Tour featured 168 shows on 5 continents.

Club Dates/Rolling Stones Tour

2003 represented one of the most unique tour's in AC/DC history. The band teamed with fellow rock icons the Rolling Stones to playe 8 shows in the United States, Germany, Canada, and Engand. The two bands took turns headlining, and produced some of the most sought after concert tickets in the history of music. the tour was a roaring success and fans traveled from around the world to witness the two iconic bands playing on the same stage. The Club Dates/Rolling Stones Tour begane in March of 2003 and ran until October of 2003.