The cover starts out like the original, somewhat modest, but builds to an insane roar over time. Halfway through 2CELLOS’ cover of AC/DC‘s “Thunderstruck,” you’ll swear you can hear Brian Johnson’s voice in the back […]
On this day in 1980, one of the most rebellious and audacious frontmen of all-time passed away: AC/DC‘s Bon Scott. The tattooed, squealing Aussie joined AC/DC in 1974 and immediately transformed what was destined to […]
Nancy Sinatra shakes them boots….and other stuff. So does David Coverdale’s unstable wife Tawny. The Stones in LA in ’72, CGI Beatles, and more in today’s bitchin’ videos.
And he covered AC/DC’s “Highway To Hell”!
Rock Goes Down Under, Rush Honored By Canada, And The King’s Birthday: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Live rock from Beatles, Stones, Doors, Rush, George Harrison…meet Axl Roses girlfriends…Robby Krieger from The Doors….and Seattle’s late but great Andy Wood.
The ’57 Cadillac Of Guitars, The Ronettes Shag Beatles And Stones, And Who’s So Vain? : This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Who’s so vain? Is Carly gonna tell finally? It ain’t Mick Jagger, but he does sing on the song…and read about The Ronettes first bed-hopping trip to England! Ooooh! Saucy!
The Song Bagpipes meet Aussie rock ‘n’ roll! AC/DC’s timeless anthem features a call and response between Angus Young’s lead guitar and Bon Scott’s bagpipes. If you’ve ever tried to play along with your guitar, […]
It’s a ‘dog’ fight: AC/DC vs. The Stooges. Who has the stronger dog?
Elvis Shakes It A Little Too Much, The Stones Freak Out Following James Brown: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
See the whole TAMI show…James Brown, followed sheepishly by some very nervous Rolling Stones, who never think they’ll be THAT good. Take a tour of Freemantle’s Bon Scott statue with some Aussie guy who can barely speak English… And more in today’s bitchin’ rock videos
Jimi Hits London, The Debut Of Traffic, And Nirvana Kills Buttrock: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
See Jimi Hendrix before and after going to England! Learn all about Linda McCartney! See David Gilmore playing Leo Fender’s original Stratocaster, and …more!