TORONTO — Is rock band AC/DC calling it quits after four decades?
A radio station in Perth, Australia got the rumour mill swirling Monday when it reported on an anonymous email that claimed AC/DC has decided to retire because band co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young is suffering a life-threatening illness.
The report was fueled by Peter Ford, the self-declared “best informed show business commentator in Australia,” who tweeted “there is some quite sad detail about it all, that I will not be reporting on, but the band/management may choose to reveal this.”
Ford said the band members “played together privately a few weeks back.”
Australian blogger Darryl Mason claimed Tuesday that Young suffered a stroke that left him unable to play.
Mason said an official announcement is imminent.
There has been no public comment from Young, 61, or anyone associated with AC/DC.
The Sydney Morning Herald was unable…
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