For those about to rock…
A rockin’ tribute.
“I was trying to play like Malcolm Young.”
Let There Be Rock!
The band’s longtime frontman speaks for the first time since his bandmate’s death.
“We salute you.”
Driving the Big Red Car down the Highway To Hell.
Well this is awkward…
Headline To Hell
“This goes out to Malcolm Young. He will be sorely missed.”
“We’re gonna play some rock ‘n’ roll for Malcolm Young tonight.”
The guitar legend has spilled his guts about all things Acca Dacca in a new interview
Legendary rockers AC/DC, have revealed that founding guitarist Malcolm Young, who was forced to retire earlier this year due to illness, had already begun to show signs of dementia back in 2008, when the band where on a record-breaking world tour in support of their 15th studio album, Black Ice. Speaking to The Guardian this
Last week, it was reported that AC/DC guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young had retired from the legendary group after being taken into care for dementia. The claims by sources connected to the Young family have now been verified by Young’s family and the band’s Australian management. “Malcolm is suffering from dementia and the family
Former AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young is reportedly suffering from dementia and being cared for in a Sydney nursing home. The Australian rock giant’s retirement from the band was announced on Wednesday, and attributed to an undisclosed illness. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that “sources connected to the Young family” claim that Malcolm, 61, has been
Plus world tour news!
Australian journalist and AC/DC biographer Jesse Fink says he’s “not expecting” to see Malcolm Young return to the group. The author of the new book The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC would not comment on the longtime guitarist’s condition, but said that his current illness will be keeping him sidelined. “I’m not expecting to