AC/DC’s Angus Young + Brian Johnson: Rock is alive and Kicking

AC/DC’s Angus Young + Brian Johnson: Rock is alive and Kicking

It has now been almost  3 months since Gene Simmons of KISS declared to the world in an interview that “Rock is finally Dead”. There has been a overwhelming response amongst musicians most of which feel that Simmons may have just inserted one of his signature destroyer boots into his mouth.  The supporters of Rock have flocked to its defense and now it is the legendary AC/DC members Angus Young and Brian Johnson that have offered their opinions. Here is a spoiler alert: You can add them to the long and still growing list of those who disagree with Simons.

The legendary band is rock ‘n’ roll in its purest form and in a new interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, Angus and Brian weigh in on the “rock is dead” argument. With AC/DC’s new album, ‘Rock or Bust,’ set to be released on Dec. 2 I can’t think of a better duo to lead the pro rock revolutionary charge.

 

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