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Malcolm Young
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Malcolm Young

AC/DC Guitarist & Co-Founder
Malcolm Young

Malcolm Young

Age

64

Born

6 Jan 1953

Malcolm Young Bio Details

Full name

Malcolm Young

Gender

Male

Age

64

Date of birth

6 Jan 1953

Birth place

Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Occupations

Guitarist

Singer

Emmigrated from Scotland to Australia in 1963 with his parents.
Founded the band ACDC with his younger brother Angus, one of Australia's most sucessful bands having sold more than 200 million records.  The band's name was born after the brothers saw the initials for alternating current/direct current on the back of their sister's sewing machine.
Released their first album in 1975 and hit the big time with their 6th album Highway to Hell in 1979.
In 2014 founding member Malcolm retired from the band as he was diagnosed with dementia.  His nephew Stevie Young replaced him.

Malcolm Young Siblings

Margaret Young

Sister

George Young

Brother

Alex Young

Brother

Angus Young

Brother

Partners of 
Malcolm Young

Linda Young

Married

2 children together

Malcolm Young Children

Malcolm Young Partner(s) Other Children

Ross Young

with Linda Young

Son of ACDC's Malcom Young

Cara Young

with Linda Young

Daughter of ACDC's Malcom Young

Malcolm Young Family

Malcolm Young's parents:

Malcolm Young's father is William Young Malcolm Young's mother is Margaret Young


Malcolm Young's children:

Malcolm Young's son is Ross Young Malcolm Young's daughter is Cara Young


Malcolm Young's current partners:

Malcolm Young's wife is Linda Young


Malcolm Young's siblings:

Malcolm Young's brother is Angus Young Malcolm Young's sister is Margaret Young Malcolm Young's brother is George Young Malcolm Young's brother is Alex Young


Malcolm Young's nieces and nephews:

Malcolm Young's nephew is Stevie Young


Malcolm Young FameChain Links

AC/DC

1973 - 2014

Other people in this association:

Angus Young 1973

Brian Johnson 1980

Bon Scott

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

2003

Other people in this association:

Sir Mick Jagger 1998

Michael Jackson 1997

Paul McCartney 1988

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