AC/DC May Be Calling it Quits After Malcolm Young’s Stroke
AC/DC, one of the quintessential rock bands of our generation may be calling it quits after 41 years and countless and timeless anthems after their rhythm guitar player Malcolm Young had a stroke.
This isn't the first time AC/DC had a major decision to make, after their original lead singer Bon Scott died back in 1980, the band brought on Brian Johnson to fill his shoes and the they continued on for so far 34 years.
AC/DC were one of the bands I grew up on. Cranking the tunes in the car with the windows down while maybe going a bit faster than we should have. Lots of teen memories attached to the songs made by the "Thunder From Down Under."
Get well, Malcolm Young. Until further news or an official announcement is made, enjoy these classics.