The passing of AC/DC's co-founder marked a truly dark day for the rock world.  While not always getting as much media attention as Angus or Brian Johnson, Malcolm was a huge driving force behind what is AC/DC.

For me, with "Back in Black" being one of the first albums I purchased(I admit it was a CD), this really sucks.  That album instantly made AC/DC one of my all time favorite groups.  All I wanted after hearing that was more of that raw hard rock sound.  If I could sing or had any musical talent at all I'd do a tribute to Malcolm, but I can't.  Luckily talented people are cranking out the tributes.

GNR is another of my favorite groups and on November 19th they played a 3 song tribute to Malcolm.  First playing Alice Cooper's "Only Women Bleed", next playing Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”, and lastly AC/DC's "Whole Lotta Rosie".  Check out the tribute below.