AC/DC, one of the most famous rock bands in the world, was formed in Sydney, Australia, in 1973.
The band was formed by the Scottish brothers – Malcolm and Angus Young.
They sing mainly hard rock, heavy metal and they want to sum it up as "rock and roll".
Today’s song, Let There Be Rock, is a song by AC/DC, the third track of the band’s album named Let There Be Rock.
The song was released in September 1977, as part of the hard rock music genre.
The free Let There Be Rock piano sheet music has a length of 6:10 minutes in its original version and was released by the ATCO records label.
Let There Be Rock was written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young, and Bon Scott, with the production of Harry Vanda and George Young.
Even though it was released as part of the album, the song was also released as a single, with the song Problem Child on its B-side.
The story behind the lyrics of the free Let There Be Rock piano sheets is about the history of rock ‘n’ roll.
The interesting fact is that it is a fictionalized version of history, building itself from songs like Roll Over Beethoven, by Chuck Berry.
What followed after rock’s birth were many interesting things, like rock bands, great musicians, and many people learning how to play different instruments, for example, the electric guitar.
In the song’s composition, we can find elements like lead vocals, guitar, bass, and drums.
Let There Be Rock is one of AC/DC’s most popular songs and was included on four of their albums.
In popular culture, Let There Be Rock appears in video games, movies, and commercials and was also covered by other artists.
The music video made for the song was filmed in July 1977 and was filmed in the Kirk Gallery church.
The video features Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Phil Rudd, and Cliff Williams.
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