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Brian Johnson leaving shortly after Malcolm Young's untimely retirement was the nail in the coffin. Angus Young is the only guy left, and that's not really "AC/DC" anymore. Brian Johnson is such a great singer. I've been seeing him making appearances with other bands here and there, kind of hoping there was still a chance he would return to AC/DC. When Axl Rose came along, I was skeptical. I didn't hate him, I just didn't want it to be him, or anybody. I actually thought he was kind of decent, and I was happy for him because he idolized AC/DC, and now he was a part of that band. I just didn't want it to be not Brian Johnson. At the same time though, I would have been okay as long as I saw Angus Young playing.
My heart is broken about what seems to be the end for AC/DC. I was sitting in my dad's truck on my way to a little league tee ball game when I was about 4 years old. My dad always had either the baseball game or rock and roll on the radio. This was in the morning, so we were listening to rock. AC/DC's "TNT" come's on the radio. I'm singing along, my dad's singing along, and at that moment I knew, this was some of the greatest music ever created. I would have loved to have seen AC/DC live. I would still love to see Angus Young if that's ever a possibility.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE