Grammys 2015: AC/DC Kicks Off Show, Gets Teleprompter Help

AC/DC's Rocking Kickoff

The legendary rock band kicked off the telecast with "Rock or Bust" and "Highway to Hell" for their first-ever Grammys performance, with former drummer Chris Slade back in the saddle and audience members wearing glowing devil horns. Those spotted rocking out hard included Blake Shelton, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.

The band makes its first Grammys appearance and gets a bit of lyrical assistance.

It took Australian rockers AC/DC 32 years to make their first appearance on the Grammy stage. After only a few minutes, they began to stir up a bit of social chatter.

As the rockers played the first of their two numbers, "Rock or Bust," Grammy attendees noticed that the group was getting a bit of help.

It is a newer tune, so perhaps they needed a bit of help.

In fairness to AC/DC, the Grammys makes teleprompters available to all acts. But Ariana Grande, Miranda Lambert, Kanye West and Madonna opted against the help. But for what it's worth, Tom Jones — who performed "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' " with Jessie J — also used the teleprompter.