Guns N’ Roses paid tribute to AC/DC’s late guitarist Malcolm Young during a concert in California, dedicating covers of “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” and “Whole Lotta Rosie” to the iconic guitarist who died last saturday.
Axl Rose introduced the Bob Dylan classic by telling the audience last night at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento: “We’re gonna dedicate this to Mr. Malcolm Young, who will be sorely missed by none more than his brother Angus.”
The band followed up “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” with a version of the AC/DC’s classic that has been a regular part of GN’R concerts for the past few months.
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Malcolm’s brother, fellow AC/DC legend Angus Young, joined Guns N’ Roses on stage several times during the “Not In This Lifetime” tour, including at the Coachella festival in April 2016.
Guitarist Malcolm Young, one of the founders of AC / DC, died in this Saturday, November 18, at age 64. Malcolm had been suffering from dementia for years. In 2014, he moved away from AC / DC because of that. He died only a month after his older brother George Young (see here).
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