29 Years Ago Guns N’ Roses Give the World a Sneak Peek of Their New Music & New Members!

29 Years Ago Guns N’ Roses Headlined 2 Nights in Brazil at Rock in Rio 2

29 years ago Guns N’ Roses re-emerged from the shadows after many years in turmoil, in fighting and drug abuse. Today we take a look at those two shows and how the band debuted some new material for fans for the first time. Some of the songs included Pretty Tied Up, Bad Apples, Estranged, Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door. The shows also marked the debut of drummer Matt Sorum and keyboardist Dizzy Reed. Check out our look at those shows!

AC/DC To Announce a World Stadium Tour With Brian Johnson!

It is rumored that AC/DC will be announcing a world stadium tour with Brian Johnson back on vocals. Johnson, 72 left the band in 2016 after suffering from hearing problems and was replaced by Guns N’ Roses frontman on Axl Rose.

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It came to light on Monday when radio host Eddie McGuire accidentally leaked the announcement on Triple M radio  in Melbourne, Australia revealing

‘The greatest rock band in the history of Australian music will be reforming and playing in Australia in October/November this year!’

My mail is, there will be a new album released by AC/DC in February or March this year, but also that AC/DC will be touring Australia [in] October/November 2020.

‘And after a lot of work and a lot of technical research they have been able to get a hearing aid for Brian Johnson, who will be out front, and even Phil Rudd might be back in the group either playing percussion or drums.’

McGuire also claimed that lead guitarist Angus Young, 64, would join the tour, as well as drummer Phil Rudd, 65, who left the group in 2014 amid legal troubles.

‘I’m hearing the album will be out February [or] March, and we’ll all be banging our heads like the old days,’ he added.

Johnson had left the band in 2016 after being told by Doctors that if he continued to perform live he could risk facing “total hearing loss.” Johnson would recall at the time saying

‘That was the darkest day of my professional life,’

There has been no official announcement from AC/DC yet regarding a new album or tour, however a year or so ago the band was photographed in Vancouver at a recording studio leading some to believe there is an album coming. I am crossing my fingers!