AC/DC's only planned live date of the year will be a rare small venue show March 11 at New York's 3,500-capacity Roseland Ballroom. The audience will be filled entirely with contest winners, invited guests, and Epic Records/Sony Music staffers. "It's going to be a weird combination," guitarist Malcolm Young tells Billboard.com.
After AC/DC fulfills its contract by delivering its next studio set to Elektra, the veteran rock act will make its subsequent two albums for Epic, guitarist Malcolm Young tells Billboard.com. The two-album deal is part of the extensive contract the band recently signed with the label. The first fruits of that pact arrive Feb. 18, when remastered, extensively repackaged copies of the albums "Back in Black," "Live," "Highway to Hell," "High Voltage, and "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" are reissued.
Australian rock icons AC/DC have signed a multi-album deal with Epic, the first fruit of which will be refurbished reissues of seminal albums such as "Back in Black," "Highway to Hell," and "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap," due early next year.