AC/DC's Angus Young attended THE ROLLING STONES' concert in Germany on Monday (October 9).
His longtime friend, THE ROLLING STONES guitarist Keith Richards, posted on Facebook that it was a "great surprise to see Angus in Düsseldorf."
Angus lives in Aalten, a Dutch city situated just over 90 kilometers from Düsseldorf.
THE ROLLING STONES are on the road in Europe as part of the six-week "No Filter" tour.
AC/DC's future remains in doubt after the band completed its world tour in support of 2014's "Rock Or Bust", a cycle that saw a massive turnover in the group's personnel. Angus has not yet indicated whether the group will continue recording and touring.
In March 2016, AC/DC's singer of thirty-five years, Brian Johnson, had to leave the band's North American tour after doctors told him he might lose his hearing, while forty-year bassist Cliff Williams announced his retirement at the rescheduled trek's conclusion.
The lineup that completed the tour consisted of Williams, Young, GUNS N' ROSES singer Axl Rose, Chris Slade on drums and Angus's nephew Stevie Young on guitar.
Great surprise to see Angus in Düsseldorf!Posted by Keith Richards on Monday, October 9, 2017
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