AC/DC started their dynamite career in Sydney, Australia in 1973. In 1980 they released their iconic Back in Black album, which became their best selling album with over 50 million copies sold. Their energetic stadium rock anthems like Hell’s Bells and For Those About To Rock brought them out from down under and into the international spotlight. They’ve kept up their high voltage sound throughout their career, with over 200 million records sold worldwide. AC/DC fans come out decade after decade to see them live, and to get a glimpse of lead guitarist and showman extraordinaire, Angus Young, known for his wild riffing, crazed headbanging and schoolboy uniform. The success of their records and explosive tours lead to them being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. Jam along with the classic AC/DC groove with these Perri’s picks.