AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young's growing list of health concerns has forced him out of the band and into full-time care, but he'll still be living in the most comfort money can buy.
AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young battled lung cancer and had a pacemaker installed as a result of a heart condition.
Health issues forced Malcolm Young out of the AC/DC lineup before the band reconvened to record its new 'Rock or Bust' LP, but his presence is definitely felt in the new music
Malcolm Young is battling more than a widely discussed case of dementia that led to his retirement from AC/DC.
With Malcolm Young's retirement following a dementia diagnosis, the June 28, 2010 show by AC/DC at Bilbao, Spain has become steeped in historical significance.
Angus Young and Brian Johnson talk about coping with Malcolm Young's dementia.
None of us will ever really know how it feels for Angus Young to soldier on with AC/DC in the absence of his brother Malcolm -- and the private Youngs no doubt prefer it that way.
As AC/DC suit up for the release of 'Rock or Bust' next week, Angus Young and Brian Johnson stopped by our office to offer some insight into the creation of the album and the state of rock today.
Brian Johnson spoke about the AC/DC guitarist at a fundraiser for Alzheimer's disease research.
Angus Young is painting an inspirational portrait of his retired brother, saying that an ailing Malcolm Young contributed to AC/DC until the very end.