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Malcolm Young's Song Jams AC/DC Classics With Tribute Band

01-08-2018
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AC/DC

(hennemusic) Ross Young, the son of late AC/DC legend Malcolm Young, recently joined the Sydney tribute band Thunderstruck at the Epping Hotel in Epping, New South Wales, Australia to perform a pair of classics co-written by his father, and video from the show has surfaced online.

Ross first hit the stage to share lead vocals on AC/DC's 1975 blues tune, "The Jack", before the lineup delivered "Whole Lotta Rosie" from 1977's "Let There Be Rock."

The December 16 tribute appearance by Ross came a month after Malcolm passed away on November 18 at the age of 64 following a lengthy battle with dementia, and just two weeks after the guitarist was honored by family, friends and fans during a service at St Mary's Cathedral in Sydney on November 28. Watch the performacnes here.

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