Are Classic Rock Bands Too Big To Fail?

LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 23: Singer Steven Tyler of Aerosmith performs onstage during Fox's "American Idol 2012" results show at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on May 23, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images)

Rock N’ Roll And Its Drama.

It has been a lot, from Malcolm Young passing away, with Phil Rudd threatening to kill two people and was forced to leave AC/DC, Brian Johnson losing his hearing and has to leave the band, to Cliff Williams, the fourth member to leave the group who has his diplomatic reasons.

It seems like AC/DC’s struggles are never-ending, and with one original member remaining, AC/DC will face the existential issue. This is supposed to be the moment for Angus Young to pack it and retire. Angus should consider a lot of things before making the wrong decisions, — AC/DC’s Pride, Dignity, and most definitely their Legacy into the world of Rock N’ Roll.

Well, I guess, grandeur is hard to come by in rock n’ roll.

The Beales, one of the greatest rock band of all time, ended their career in just a snap of a finger, but it ended in a different way, — badmouthing and lawsuits that continued for years.

The Who, after Keith Moon passed away in 1978, they did a farewell tour, but it was just for show, the band still regrouped several times, increasingly earning bit by bit.

Queen, headlining stadium shows since 2011 with Adam Lambert as a replacement for the deceased legend Freddie Mercury, with Paul Rodgers filling in before all this.

Well, what I’m trying to point out is, why is it that these bands are having a hard time to call it a quits? — We call it “BRANDING.” At first, it was all about the music, later on, it’s all about the money.

Either you pay $100-$200 tickets for an AC/DC concert or Queen concert nowadays,  all you’ll get are these overrated turds, Axl Rosie and Adam Raldertsstti.

But never mind that, in the end, even without the original members, it’s still the experience that counts.