The tour itself, GUITAR THIS GRANDPA ROCKS VINTAGE RETRO SHIRT like every AC/DC outing in decades now, was a huge success – and probably their biggest. It began with a roaring performance in front of a crowd of more than 100,000 people everywhere, Coachella, and then for the next year and a half, went on to sell off arenas and stadiums from Brisbane to Buffalo, raising ticket sales by more than $200 million in the process. Internally, however, things did not go smoothly.
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Malcolm died in November 2017 at the age of 64; just three weeks earlier, he and Angus’ brother George, who helped lead AC/DC to success, as well as co-producing some of their albums from their 1975 debut album, High Voltage, to Stiff Upper Lip in 2000, died at 70. Experiencing this kind of profound loss on your own will be difficult enough.