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Malcolm Young’s Family Confirms Guitarist Is Suffering From Dementia

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Though the guitarist's dementia is widely thought to have been caused by a stroke, the Young family has not revealed what prefaced Malcolm's current condition.

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New Reports: AC/DC’s Malcolm Young Suffered a Stroke and Now Has Severe Dementia

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While it is known that AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young is ailing and is no longer in the band, there haven't been many details about his condition until now.

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Exclusive: AC/DC Biographer on Why He’s Not Expecting Malcolm Young to Return

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AC/DC biographer Jesse Fink clarifies why he's not expecting guitarist Malcolm Young to return to the band.

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AC/DC Biographer Does Not Expect to See Guitarist Malcolm Young Return to Band

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Jesse Fink, author of the new book 'The Young's: The Brothers Who Build AC/DC,' is "not expecting to see Malcolm return."

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Should AC/DC Continue Making Music Without Malcolm Young? – Readers Poll

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After a week of rumors, AC/DC confirmed that there were key elements of truth in some of the gossip that had been swirling around. In a statement, they confirmed that guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young (seen at right above with brother Angus) was taking a break from the band due to ill health. However, the talk that this would lead to the band retiring was premature, as they also confirmed they would continue making music.

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AC/DC Release Official Statement on Malcolm Young’s Health + Future of Band

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Although AC/DC singer Brian Johnson just revealed in a new interview that the band would not be breaking up, AC/DC have just released their first official statement addressing the reports that have surfaced over the past few days. The band states that guitarist Malcolm Young will be "taking a break from the band due to ill health," but also makes it clear that AC/DC will continue to make music.

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AC/DC’s Cliff Williams: Guitarists Angus + Malcolm Young Working on Material for Next Album

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In a new interview, AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams offers an update on new AC/DC material. While the band has not hit the studio yet, Williams says the group's legendary guitarists Angus and Malcolm Young are currently crafting new songs for the band's next album.

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