Watch Guns N' Roses' tribute to AC/DC's Malcolm Young

On November 18, AC/DC co-founder, Malcolm Young died.

Guns N' Roses paid tribute to the musician during their show in California yesterday.

They posted a video of the performance on social media after the show saying: "This goes out to Malcolm Young. He will be sorely missed.”

The band has performed all three songs regularly on their tour and Axl Rose has performed "Whole Lotta Rosie" with AC/DC.

In 2016, Axl replaced, singer Brian Johnson on the band's Rock or Bust tour after Johnson was warned by doctors that he risked complete hearing loss if he didn't stop performing.

Malcolm Young was not a part of that AC/DC tour. In 2014, the group announced that he would have to step down from the band after 40 years because he was battling dementia.

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