In modern music, AC/DC is one of the few bands that stand head-and-shoulders above the competition. Selling over 200 million records in their career, the Australian band, founded by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young in 1973, have been rocking hard for over five decades. AC/DC has persevered through dark times to reach their legendary status. Original singer and co-writer Bon Scott passed away in 1980 and was replaced by Brian Johnson. The album Back In Black, recorded as a tribute to Scott, pushed the band to new heights of fame, cementing the band as one of rock's biggest acts. Known for powerful live shows, the band rips through hit after hit, including "Hell's Bells," "Thunderstruck" and "Highway to Hell." Lauded on many "Best Of" lists, buy your tickets today to see AC/DC and be among those to have seen one of rock's pioneering acts.