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AC/DC tour tickets for the North American leg of the Rock or Bust tour are now available. However, enqueuing fans want to know why there are only six stops in the U.S. Band management is not talking. At present, 37 dates are firm, which includes North America, Europe and Australia.
From a possible 13 shows, seven are Canadian; the remaining six metro cities are: Foxborough, MA; East Rutherford, NJ; Detroit, MI; Chicago, IL; and San Francisco / Los Angeles, CA.
If you miss out on AC/DC concerts, they are headlining at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, in Indio, California on April.
In addition to supporting their latest studio album, Rock or Bust, their 2015 tour celebrates the 40th anniversary of the band. On a sad note, founding member, Malcolm Young suffers from dementia and will not join the tour. Instead, his nephew, Stevie Young will play rhythm guitar.
Most unfortunately, Phil Rudd, drummer was arrested for allegedly "attempting to procure a murder" and possession of drugs. Due to insufficient evidence the attempted murder charges were dismissed. However, Rudd still faces charges of marijuana and meth possession. A "judge-alone" (no jury) trial is slated for April 21.
Chris Slade, who played drums with the hard rock group at the Grammy Awards, is joining the tour.
On a lighter note, here are facts about AC/DC:
If you ever doubted that truth is stranger than fiction, how about the time the United States military blasted AC/DC music into General Noriega's Panama compound? After hard rock looped for two days, Noriega surrendered!
Did you ever wonder how AC/DC got their name? The story goes that the Young brothers' sister remarked about "AC/DC" on her sewing machine. Since AC/DC is the abbreviation for "alternating current/direct current", Malcolm and Angus Young envisioned it a symbol for the band's vital energy and hard-driving music.
However, AC/DC is also a slang term for bisexual behavior. Fortunately, the Young brothers didn't know it at the time!