Phil Rudd, the drummer for AC/DC, said some things that will cheer up their fans. The drummer showed up in an interview to talk about the latest reports of an upcoming AC/DC tour. Regarding the prospect of a new tour—his first since 2016—Rudd was questioned. He spoke some fascinating things with the following words, discussing the speculations as well as his ideas on future shows: “I’m excited to play with them once more in the future. Keep going. When the original drummer for AC/DC’s “Rock or Bust” tour was replaced in 2014 due to legal issues, Chris Slade assumed the role. The drummer was expected to play at the most recent Power Trip event after joining the group for their 2020 comeback album, “Power Up,” but the group let him go. Rather, Matt Laug, who has performed with Alice Cooper, Alanis Morissette, Slash’s Snakepit, and other artists, took his place.
It would have been his first appearance on the show since 2016. There was no justification given for his removal from the program. Rudd has contributed to the band, although these days he sells his drum parts. Toni Wilson, the “love of his life,” is battling stage four breast cancer. It seems that the physicians informed him that her chances of surviving till Christmas were slim. The rock star remarked of his pal: “My life’s love is her.” My closest pal. You may buy goods with all the money in the world, but you cannot buy time. The musician made the decision to donate the proceeds from the sale of his AC/DC gear and memorabilia to the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation before Christmas in an effort to do something good for her.