Malcolm Young, guitarist and co-founder of legendary rock band AC/DC has passed away, aged 64, after a long battle with dementia.
Malcolm and his younger brother Angus formed the now world-famous AC/DC back in 1973. The pair would be credited with writing every song from that year up to 2014, when Malcolm was forced to leave the band due to the onset of illness. His last live performance had happened almost four years prior.
Tributes have been pouring in for the musician, who leaves behind a legacy of tremendous musical success.
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