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>> Hard rock band AC/DC co-founder Malcom Young has died. AC/DC announced his passing Saturday on its Facebook page, calling the rhythm guitarist the driving force behind the band. Young had been suffering from dementia for several years, an illness that forced him to take leave from the group in 2014.
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>> We'd like to thank you, the best rock fans in the world.>> {APPLAUSE}>> Malcom and his younger brother Angus founded AC/DC in Sydney in 1973. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band was known for its hits Highway to Hell, Back in Black, and You Shook Me All Night Long, among many others.
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Malcolm was 64 years old.