Australian rock band AC/DC performed at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. The band played the title track of their latest full-length
album "Rock or Bust" and the 1979 year hit "Highway To Hell".
AC/DC performed with a drummer Chris Slade, who took part in the recording of "The Razor's Edge" in 1990. The musician will also tour with the band.
We're reminding that another AC/DC's drummer Phil Rudd was charged on suspicion of procuring the double murder and illegal drug possession by New Zealand court last fall.
Grammy Awards (originally called Gramophone Award), or Grammy, is a Music Award of the American Recording Academy, which was established by the Recording Industry Association of the USA, on March 14th, 1958.