AC/DC Reschedules Tour Dates Due To Brian Johnson Hearing Issues


AC/DC has announced the cancellation and rescheduling of 10 upcoming concerts on their Rock Or Bust World Tour. Doctors have advised lead vocalist Brian Johnson to immediately stop touring or risk complete loss of hearing.

Beginning with AC/DC’s scheduled concert tomorrow, Tuesday, March 8 in Atlanta, all previously announced shows through their concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City on April 4 have been canceled. Make up dates for these shows will be announced later. The announcement states the make up dates will “likely [be] with a guest vocalist.”

The 68-year-old Johnson joined AC/DC following the death of original AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott in 1980. He was first featured that year on the band’s Back In Black LP, singing lead on such hits as “Hells Bells,” “You Shook Me All Night Long,” “Rock And Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution” and the title track.

Refunds for tickets to the canceled shows are available or they can be used for at the make up dates when announced.

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