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AC/DC Opens Grammys 2015 with 'Highway to Hell' (Video)

AC/DC Opens Grammys 2015 with 'Highway to Hell' (Video)

Guitarist Angus Young of AC/DC rocks out on stage while performing at the 2015 Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center on Sunday (February 8) in Los Angeles.

The legendary band opened up the show with their songs “Back in Black” and “Highway to Hell.” They had the whole crowd on their feet and singing along!

Surprisingly, AC/DC has only ever won one Grammy Award – Best Hard Rock Performance for their song “War Machine” back in 2010. The band has been nominated for six other awards, but didn’t win.

Watch the performance below!


AC/DC Opens Grammys 2015 with ‘Highway to Hell’ (Video)

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Posted to: 2015 Grammys, AC/DC, Angus Young

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  • Batman0829

    Bunch of losers pretending to enjoy themselves. It’s freaking AC/DC turn the f up!

  • jennyv12

    This was great!

  • Alan

    Back in Black huh? LOL

  • Hades

    Have you ever felt nostalgia for a place and time you have never been?

  • rupertmundy

    Actually they probably were enjoying themselves, considering most of the muzak that would be served up to them after such a dynamic opening…