Ac Dc Houston Tickets
They have long been considered the fathers of heavy metal music. In their forty plus years in the music industry have managed to sell well over two hundred million albums around the globe, making them the eleventh highest selling musical act of all time. They are AC/DC one of the greatest rock bands in history and the third highest selling band in the US today. To date they have made seventeen records, of which fourteen have been certified platinum in the US and now they have announced plans to head out on tour. If you don’t want to miss out, then get your AC/DC Houston tickets and enjoy the experience, live at the Toyota Center.
AC/DC have had an incredibly profound effect on the music industry. They have done that by integrating their own unique sound into their music and as a result have changed the genre of rock and roll forever. They have built up a legion of fans spread out all around the globe, and they have helped the band sell over two hundred million albums to date, making them the eleventh highest selling musical act of all time.
A long way to the top
AC/DC were formed in 1973 by Malcolm and Angus Young. It was their sister who gave them the idea for the band’s name after she saw it on her sewing machine. Meaning ‘Alternate Current/Direct Current,’ the brothers felt it perfectly encapsulated the fast paced, electric sound of the band.
After playing in several underground venues for a few years, they released their first two albums in 1975. Both records were meant exclusively for Australian audiences at the time and the debut record wasn’t rereleased for international markets till a year later, in 1976.
Rocking all the way
To date, AC/DC have released seventeen albums, of which fourteen have been certified platinum in the US. For their amazing contributions to music, they have also been awarded a Grammy Award and have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. If you don’t want to miss out on their live performance, then grab your AC/DC Houston tickets and enjoy the experience, live at the Toyota Center.