AC/DC is a hard rock band from Australia, formed in 1973 by Angus and Malcolm Young. Over the years, the band has undergone several lineup changes and collaborations with talented musicians. They have achieved immense success worldwide and are considered Australia's most successful rock band ever. AC/DC was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2003 as a performer.

The band's journey began with Angus and Malcolm Young teaming up with Dave Evans, Larry Van Kriedt, and Colin Burgess. As they progressed, there were various changes in their lineup, including replacements for vocals, bass, and drums. Notably, Bon Scott joined as the vocalist after Dave Evans left in 1974.

In 1980 tragedy struck when Bon Scott passed away at the age of 33. Brian Johnson then stepped in to fill his shoes on vocals for AC/DC's iconic album "Back In Black," which became one of the best-selling albums of all time. The band continued to evolve over the years with new members joining and departing.


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