Grammys 2015: AC/DC Performs Two Hits to Start Show (Video)


The legendary rock band kicked off the telecast with "In God We Trust" and "Highway to Hell" for their first Grammys, with former drummer Chris Slade back in the saddle for the performance and audience members wearing glowing devil horns.

The venerable band kicked off the show with a bang.

The 57th annual Grammys got off to a rollicking start Sunday with a performance from AC/DC.

The veteran rockers opened the ceremony at Staples Center in Los Angeles with "Rock or Bust," followed by "Highway to Hell."

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"Rock or Bust" is a single off the band's 2014 album of the same name. "Highway to Hell" is one of AC/DC's biggest hits, released in 1979.

After the performance, host LL Cool J referred to the band as "devilishly good."

In 2010, AC/DC won the Grammy for best hard rock performance for "War Machine." The band has previously been nominated for six other Grammys.

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