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AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Sings Again!

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A major ear injury appeared to have caused the legendary singer to hang up his microphone. He didn’t give up that easy though…

AC/DC singer Brian Johnson suffered a ruptured ear drum and was told by doctors that if he continued to perform, he risked losing his hearing completely. (This is what led to Axl Rose joining AC/DC for a brief touring stint.)  A hearing specialist claimed he had a way to help Brian Johnson overcome this and, apparently, they did it!

Former Bad Company and Free singer Paul Rodgers is currently on tour and both Brian Johnson and Robert Plant, (Led Zeppelin), joined Rodgers on stage in England Sunday night. The trio did their own version of “Money (That’s What I Want)” and a fan caught most of the song on video.  It’s not the best footage but, you’ll get the idea.

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