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AC/DC planning spring recording session in Canada and 2014 tour

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AC/DC fans will be thrilled to learn the veteran Auzzie rockers will record in Vancouver, BC in May and have plans for a 2014 tour.

According to an article posted Feb. 15 at Bravewords.com, AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson revealed plans for the spring Vancouver recording sessions and for a 40th anniversary tour during a Valentine's Day phone interview with Andy Preston at The Gater 98.7's in Palm Beach, Fla.

The 66-year-old singer gave the interview while in town for the Palm Beach Grand Prix, which is running this weekend at Palm Beach International Raceway.

Commenting on a query about the band's 2014 plans, Johnson said, "You'll be the first one to know really....I think we’ll be going into the studio in May in Vancouver."

Johnson added, that as a 40th anniversary present to fans, he thinks the band "are going to try to do 40 gigs to thank the fans for their undying loyalty!"

AC/DC has not recorded a studio album since 2008's "Black Ice" and have not toured since their hugely successful Black Ice World Tour wrapped up in 2010.

Did you know? AC/DC wrapped up its “Black Ice" tour in 2010 after performing 168 shows to 4.9 million people, grossing a whopping $441.6 million to earn the band the second highest grossing tour of all time.

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