LONDON: Malcolm Young, who founded the Australian rock band AC/DC along with his brother Angus, has died at age 64 after suffering from dementia for several years, the band said on its Facebook page on Saturday. Malcolm Young was a songwriter, backing vocalist and rhythm guitarist for AC/DC, a hard rock and heavy metal band that was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. Their hits included "Highway to Hell" from 1979 and "Back in Black" and "You Shook Me All Night Long" from 1980. "Malcolm, along with…
Veteran rock band AC/DC has been forced to reschedule 10 dates on the U.S. leg of its "Rock or Bust" world tour because lead singer Brian Johnson could lose his hearing if he takes the stage, the band's publicist said on Monday.
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