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Angus, the maddest schoolboy of rock history, is the lead guitarist, co-founder and songwriter of the AC/DC.
Beyond having an incredible talent, he’s famous for the way he moves on stage: his duck walk, his playing while slippering or while lying makes this Scottish born guitarist a living legend.
He’s 60 and many started to think he should change his performances, but he keeps doing the same things, wearing his schoolboy uniform the way he’s done for ages.
Foo Fighters are going on with their North American summer tour, although Dave Grohl still has to sing and play throne-ridenn with his broken leg, the one he broke at a show in Sweden.
Last night, at a certain point, "Holy shit, that's actually my doctor," Grohl exclaimed to the audience after the rendition. "What a badass". And Dave's orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Lew C. Schon: was invited to the stage to join him in performing a cover of The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army”. Dr. Lew C. Schon didn’t just play tambourine or cow bell, either — he split lead vocal duties with his patient. And he was pretty darn good.
They were playing at Fenway Park in Boston and this exhibition was the evening’s biggest highlight...
Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been once again arrested and is behind bars, at the moment..
There aren't many details on the rocker's latest alleged misdemeanour and the charges he is facing remain sketchy, but we know that police arrested the 61-year-old at his home in Tauranga on Saturday night.
On September 18 2015 "Rattle That Lock" will be released. It’s the new solo album from former Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour.
The first single from the album, has been produced by David Gilmour himself, Roxy Music’s Phil Manzanera, and former Squeeze member Jools Holland. As it had often happened in the past, David Gilmour also collaborated with his wife, Polly Sampson, who contributed to Rattle That Lock‘s lyrics. She also introduced the theme of the album describing it as “‘Carpe Diem’ … seize every moment, look to the future, ‘Just Do It’ and don’t be afraid or hold back.”
The official version, about the Grunge Hero, says that, on April 5, 1994, Kurt killed himself with a shotgun blast to his head. His body was found inside his home in the Seattle area.
But many speculations have risen about this issue and there’s this idea that Cobain was murdered.
A recent documentary, “Soaked in Bleach”, arises the theory that it was Courtney Love to have been behind her husband's death.
When Tom Grant, a private investigator hired by Kurt’s wife, after his disappearance, a few days before his death, was interviewed, he argued that the letter found near Kurt’s dead body announces that he is leaving his wife and retiring from the music business, and it is not a farewell to life. He also said that the final lines, those implying suicide, were added afterwards by somebody else.