John Czarnogursky III

  • Birthdays

    October 5, 1947: AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson is born. January 6, 1953: Malcolm Young, rhythm guitarist for AC/DC, is born. March 31, 1959: Angus Young, lead guitarist for AC/DC, is born. July 6, 1946: AC/DC vocalist Bon Scott is born.
  • Fisrt show

    Fisrt show
    Scottish-born brothers Angus and Malcolm Young perform their first show. The show was performed at a Sydney, Australia nightclub
  • First single

    First single
    Ac /DC’s first British single rock and roll damnation. The song reached the music chart as number #24
  • A sad death

    A sad death
    Bon Scott, original vocalist for AC/DC, dies in London. Asphyxiation KILLED HIM after an all-night drinking party. He is replaced in April by Brian Johnson.
  • Black in Black

    Black in Black
    AC/DC’s Back in Black enters the Billboard chart for what will be a 131-week run. The album had sold 19 million copies in the U.S.
  • Hitting the charts

    Hitting the charts
    As AC/DC’s new song “You Shook Me All Night Long” becomes a hit song. Also hits the U.S. TOP FORTY hits
  • Hitting America

    Hitting America
    “Money talks,” AC/DC’s biggest American hit, enters the Top Forty, where it will reach at #23. It’s from the album The Razors Edge, released in September.
  • New releases

    New releases
    AC/DC releases Ballbreaker, their first studio album in five years. It marks the return of drummer Phil Rudd, who’d last played with them on 1985’s Fly on the Wall.
  • Stornger than you

    Stornger than you
    Stiff Upper Lip the album is released. Their first in five years is among the strongest albums of their career.
  • Rock and Roll fame

    Rock and Roll fame
    AC/DC is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At the eighteenth annual induction dinner Steven Tyler of Aerosmith introduced AC/DC for their award