Aussie rock legends AC/DC

Updated 9:59 AM ET, Tue April 19, 2016
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AC/DC has been one of the hardest-rocking -- and longest-lasting -- bands on the scene. The group formed in 1973 in Sydney, Australia. Here's a look back at the rockers through the years: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
The band hangs out with their manager Michael Browning, right, in 1976. Dick Barnatt/Redferns/Getty Images
Angus Young sits on Bon Scott's shoulders while performing at the Town Hall in St. Albans, England, in 1976. Young is known for performing in a schoolboy uniform. Michael Putland/Getty Images
AC/DC performs at the Kursaal Ballroom in England in 1977. Estate Of Keith Morris/Redferns/Getty Images
Left to right: Phillip Rudd, Angus Young, Mark Evans, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott pose for a photo in 1977. Scott, who was the lead singer of the band in the '70s, died in 1980. Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Angus Young performs in Chicago in 1979. Paul Natkin/WireImage/Getty Images
Devoted fans wait in the cold and snow to buy tickets for AC/DC's Denver show in 1982. Dave Buresh/The Denver Post/Getty Images
The band poses for a photo at a bar in Rhode Island in 1985. Ebet Roberts/Redferns/Getty Images
AC/DC performs at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York, in 1986. Larry Busacca Archive/Getty Images
Brian Johnson and Angus Young perform in Leiden, Netherlands, in 1991. Johnson took over as lead singer and sang on AC/DC's biggest hits, including "Back in Black" and "You Shook Me All Night Long." redferns/Getty images
The "Hells Bells" bell is seen on stage at an AC/DC concert in 2000. Bob King/Redferns/Getty Images
Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, center, poses with AC/DC at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2003. KMazur/WireImage/Getty images
The band shoots the video for their song "Rock 'n' Roll Train" in London in 2008. The group's 2008 album "Black Ice" was the second-biggest album of the year, with 6 million sold. Mick Hutson/Redferns/Getty Images
Angus Young performs with the band onstage in Melbourne in 2010. Martin Philbey/Redferns/GEtty images