AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd’s charge of attempting to procure a murder has been withdrawn, according to New Zealand’s Sunday Morning Herald.
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.
Today they’ve shared the full version of “Play Ball,” the double-entendre-titled track that worked perfectly for MLB season.
Rock or Bust is due out Dec. 2. Stevie Young, Malcolm Young’s nephew, played on the record in his place.
The good news–Angus and the boys are puttin’ out a new record in December! The bad?
Malcolm Young’s nephew Stevie looks to be joining AC/DC on a more indefinite basis, as his uncle has departed the band.
“There’ll be another tour, and I’ll be on it. And when there’s another record, I’ll be on that.”
A $100,000 reward is being offered for information that finally solves the long-standing murder mystery.
Mikko Hypponen, a computer security expert, told a story of the hack at the Black Hat conference on Wednesday (Aug. 6).