“I’m going back to work with AC/DC and I don’t care who likes it or who doesn’t,” Rudd said. “I want my job back and I want my reputation back.”
The results may or may not surprise you.
Luke Bryan has proved once again that 2014 is his year.
Rudd reportedly called both of the people threatened, a contractor and his daughter, and restated the threats.
He may have just dug his hole a bit deeper by starting a fight with a witness in his own case. He’s due back in court on Feb. 10.
He also pleaded not guilty to additional charges of holding drugs.
There was a warrant out for his arrest before he finally showed up in the courtroom.
Those about to rock, AC/DC have something for you to hear: a new album.
Spoiler alert: there’s no real surprises, which in and of itself, shouldn’t be a surprise.
Apparently, just under 2,000 people downloaded it in the week ending Nov. 9.
The drummer has been left out of promotional photos and the band’s latest video.
The legendary Australian hard rockers bring out lots of ladies for the first music video from the band’s upcoming album, ‘Rock or Bust.’
However, charges of a few other “dirty deeds” still remain before the court.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd is out on bail after being arrested Thursday morning (Nov. 6) in New Zealand for allegedly trying to procure or arrange the murder of two people.
While an authorized biopic would be the preferred way to tell a life story on film, recent flicks on the lives of Jimi Hendrix and the band Judas Priest have paved the way for more unauthorized biopics to be made. Next on the list: Bon Scott.
The 11-song album is out Dec. 2.