November 18 marks 3 years since the passing of AC/DC founder and guitarist Malcom Young.
“I think the hardest part was not so much him passing, because that was a kind of end, a relief,” brother and bandmate Angus Young said, “I think the worst part is the decline — that’s the hard part. Because of how you knew him, and then to see that that was gone.
Malcolm was 64 when he passed of dementia.
In a recent interview with CBS’ 60 Minutes, Angus talks about how Malcolm had the idea for the band and music kept him him happy and comforted right up til his last days.
Click here to read more about Malcolm’s final days and watch the 60 Minutes interview with Angus Young and lead vocalist Brian Johnson.