Knowledge Identifier: +Phil_Rudd
They went on to release one album, "Something To Say", in 1974 but Rudd left for a brief spell in the Coloured Balls with Lobby Loyde
Colin Burgess (musician) - He was replaced by a succession of drummers before Phil Rudd joined in February-March 1975
The band continued on, recruiting new vocalist Brian Johnson and subsequently recording their most successful album, 1980's "Back in Black"
Chris Slade - He previously drummed for the band from 1989 to 1994; performing on their 1990 album "The Razors Edge", and returned to the band in February 2015 in the absence of Phil Rudd
Rock or Bust - On 6 November 2014, drummer Phil Rudd was arrested for attempting to procure the murder of two men
Phil Rudd has signed an international deal with Alan "Big Al" Bellman and Simon Britton of Wave 365 Media, and will tour Europe in 2017
The letter was later purchased at an auction by the Western Australian government in 2019, which intended to display the letter at the State Library of Western Australia