An AC/DC 2020 reunion tour was discussed by WCSX’s Big Jim’s House radio program a few days ago. Angus Young having a surprising meeting in a photo was revealed a few days ago.
The host said, “The Struts, so we’ve heard rumors for months that AC/DC was kind of reuniting. We had those pictures surface of Brian Johnson hanging in a studio, Phil Rudd and Cliff Williams, there were all these rumors, all these rumors. So The Struts are on tour, and they went into a radio station.”
The Struts proclaimed, “But AC/DC as well, and I heard they’re going on tour next year. Wouldn’t it be great if they come here and we get to open up for them? Actually, I’m projecting that. I’m going to put that out into the universe, and start that.”
The radio host then added, “I did some research, and AC/DC’s label and this band’s label, they work together, so there might be some validity.” A new AC/DC album cover that was rejected leaked a week ago.
AC/DC are rumored to tour in 2020 with the surviving ‘Back In Black’ lineup of Brian Johnson, Angus Young, Phil Rudd, and Cliff Williams reuniting following all but Young exiting during the recording and tour for 2014’s ‘Rock or Bust.’ Malcolm Young left the band prior to the album cycle, and he died in 2017. He was replaced by Stevie Young on rhythm guitar, who remains in the band. Axl Rose briefly replaced Brian Johnson in 2016 after he had hearing issues. An AC/DC icon recently revealed if Angus Young is a ‘control freak.’
The Struts were interviewed about who they want to tour with and may have let the cat out of the bag on a new AC/DC tour… @TheStruts @acdc #classicrock #bigjimshouse #return #brianjohnson #tour pic.twitter.com/ienLfGeTQt
— wcsx (@wcsx) August 30, 2019