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Authentic Angus Young Autographs AC/DC Signed Music Memorabilia. Genuine signed memorabilia from Angus Young of ACDC.
Angus McKinnon Young (born 31 March 1955) is an Australian musician; best known as the co-founder, lead guitarist, songwriter, and sole constant original member of the Australian hard rock band AC/DC. He is known for his energetic performances, schoolboy-uniform stage outfits, and his own version of Chuck Berry’s duckwalk. Young ranked 24th in Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 greatest guitarists of all-time list. In 2003, Young and the other members of AC/DC were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In the 1950s, Young’s father, William Young (16 February 1911 – 30 May 1985), his mother, Margaret (14 July 1913 – 1988; maiden name also Young), and his elder seven siblings lived at 6 Skerryvore Road in the Cranhill district of Glasgow in Scotland. Cranhill was a tough, working-class suburb with high unemployment.
Prior to moving to Cranhill, William worked first as a wheel boy in a rope works and then as a machine/saw operator in an asbestos/cement business. In 1940 William joined the Royal Air Force serving in World War II as a flight engine mechanic. After the war William worked as a yard man for a builder and then as a postman.
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Both Young and Malcolm were in a band with George and his music partner Harry Vanda called Marcus Hook Roll Band. The project released an album in Australia called Tales of Old Grand Daddy.
Prior to forming AC/DC, Angus Young autographs played in a local group called Kantuckee. Kantuckee’s line-up included Bob McGlynn (vocals), Angus Young signed memorabilia (guitar); Jon Stevens (bass), and Trevor James (drums). The band split and was later called Tantrum with the following line up: Mark Sneddon (vocals-guitar), Angus Young (guitar), Jon Stevens (bass) and Trevor James (drums).
Young was 18 when he and Malcolm formed AC/DC in 1973. Young was on lead guitar, Malcolm on rhythm guitar, Colin Burgess on drums; Larry Van Kriedt on bass guitar and Dave Evans on vocals. The band had a recording contract with Albert Productions; it had also produced the work of the Easybeats.
“Can I Sit Next To You Girl”, the band’s first single, was later re-recorded with Bon Scott autographs as their vocalist. Also, they decided upon the name AC/DC, suggested by their sister Margaret, who saw the letters “AC/DC” on the back of her sewing machine.
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