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Keith Urban And Anthony Albanese Salute Malcolm Young

by Paul Cashmere on November 19, 2017

in News

The impact of the death of AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has been so far reaching that artists of all genres and politicians have been leading the tributes for one of Australia’s greatest musicians.

Keith Urban calls Malcolm “the greatest rhythm guitarist of all time”, Anthony Albanese refers to his as “legendary” and for Eddie Van Halen “he was my friend.

Malcolm lost his battle with dementia at age 64.

Here is a selection of what people are saying today following the death of Malcolm Young in Sydney on Saturday.

Keith Urban

Anthony Albanese

Eddie Van Halen

Nikki Sixx

Stephen King

Ozzy Osbourne

Dave Mustaine

Frenzal Rhomb

The Avalanches

Justin Hawkins

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