You can watch in the video below AC / DC playing “For Those About Rock” in Bilbao, Spain, on June 28, 2010. The song ends the last show of the Black Ice World Tour and it also was the last time Malcolm Young shared the stage live with the band.
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In 2014, it was announced that Malcolm Young would leave the band to address a health problem, which was later known to be dementia. He was replaced by his nephew Stevie Young. And on November 18, 2017 was officially reported the death of the musician, at the age of 64.
Life and career
One of eight children of Scottish couple William and Margaret Young, Malcolm Mitchell Young was born in Glasgow on 6 January 1953. In 1963, he emigrated from Scotland to Australia, settling in Sydney with his parents, brothers George and Angus, and older sister Margaret. His older brother, Alex, remained in Scotland and later formed the London-based group Grapefruit. His oldest brother Stephen was the father of his future AC/DC replacement Stevie Young.
The musician and songwriter was best known as a co-founder, rhythm guitarist, backing vocalist and songwriter for the hard rock band AC/DC. Except for a brief absence in 1988, he was with the band from its November 1973 beginning until retiring in 2014 for health reasons. Young and the other members of AC/DC were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.
Though his younger brother Angus is the more visible of the brothers, Malcolm was described as the driving force and the leader of the band. In 2014, he stated that despite his retirement from the band, AC/DC was determined to continue making music with his blessing.
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