AC/DC performing 'Highway to Hell'
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AC/DC: Still rocking after difficult year

For four decades AC/DC have been packing out stadiums around the world with hits like Highway to Hell and Back in Black. But in the past year, the band have been through some difficult times.

Founding member Malcolm Young had to leave after being diagnosed with dementia and their drummer ended up in court.

Brian Johnson and Angus Young spoke to BBC Breakfast's Entertainment Correspondent Colin Paterson and told him, despite the challenges, the band will "just keep going".

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