Phil Rudd Band (formerly of AC/DC) @ The Underworld, London, United Kingdom
Phil Rudd Band (formerly of AC/DC)
Rudd's solo album 'Head Job' will be released on 30 September via Wave 365 media. Described by Malcolm Young, co-founder of AC/DC, as "the real deal", Phil Rudd the band's long term drummer, played in several Melbourne bands such as Buster Brown and The Coloured Balls before joining up with the rock giants in 1975.
Rudd powered the band to super-stardom with his dogged consistency and unshakeable backbeat on classics like “It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Want To Rock ’N’ Roll)”, “TNT” and “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap”, becoming an indelible part of AC/DC history.
After a house arrest in 2014 which led to the release of his album being delayed, Rudd now insists he's a changed man and is closer to his family more than ever. He's even got his own brand of hot chilli sauce, after discovering growing chilli's when he had lots of time on his hands.