Brian Johnson Returns To Stage With Robert Plant and Paul Rodgers

Former AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson and Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant joined Bad Company’s Paul Rodgers on stage Sunday night to sing Barret Strong’s 1959 hit “Money.”

Johnson was forced to leave AC/DC in March of 2016 after doctors told him that he could suffer from permanent hearing loss if he continued to play with the band.  Since then, Johnson has started a television show, Life On The Road, and started an online radio program, The Producers.

Last summer, Johnson met with the inventor of a new type of ear monitor that could allow him to play on stage again without risking hearing damage.  However, the technology is still in development and not quite ready for everyday use.  You can watch Sunday night’s performance below.





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