Monday, June 29, 2015|6:05 p.m.
NEW YORK– AC/DC is lastly visiting Spotify, 3 years after the veteran rock band decided to put its magazine on iTunes.
An individual acquainted with the scenario told the Associated Press on Monday that AC/DC’s music would be readily available on Spotify globally Tuesday. The individual spoke on the condition of privacy because the person was not permitted to go over the matter publicly.
A representative for AC/DC didn’t right away return an email looking for comment.
AC/DC revealed in 2012 that its music would be readily available digitally at the iTunes Store worldwide. Apple is introducing its news music service, Apple Music, on Tuesday.
The Australian band is among the couple of acts that would not release music digitally for some time. Instead of releasing his music digitally, Garth Brooks launched GhostTunes to house his music online.