AC/DC Wins APRA Award

AC/DC's 30-year old classic "Highway to Hell" won the APRA Award for the Most Played Australian Work Overseas on June 23 in Melbourne. The song was released in July 1979 and was a surprise winner for the award last night. It was the second award in the category for the band (they also won it in 1995 with "Big Gun"). In 2004, Angus and Malcolm Young’s brother, George, and his songwriting partner Harry Vanda picked it up for "Love is In The Air." See the full story at Undercover.com.au.