When AC/DC wrapped up its Rock or Bust World Tour four and a half years ago in Philadelphia, things were not exactly a whole lotta rosey. It had been an arduous campaign, to be sure––AC/DC’s own highway to hell, if you will. It started before the 2014 release of the Rock or Bust album, when it was revealed that Malcolm Young, who co-founded the band and wrote its songs with older brother and fellow guitarist Angus Young, had retired and was battling dementia (he passed away during November of 2017 at the age of 64). And drummer Phil Rudd had […]
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