Congratulations to the Boogie People Fan of the Month for October 2020, Howard C! Learn more about Howard below!

Howard Carr

 

Where are you from?: Nedrow NY

How many years have you been a fan?: 27 years

What is your favorite George Thorogood song: I Drink Alone

How many times have you seen George Thorogood live? What was your favorite show?: 1 del Lago in 2018

What’s one thing that sets you apart from other George Thorogood fans?: As a fan since 1982, it "only" took me 36 years to catch my first show. While I was on active duty in the US Navy, George and the band were one of those "go to" artists I listened to when I started to miss home and the family or just needed a serious attitude boost. Retired from the Navy in '99 and became a volunteer fire fighter a few years later, yet George and the band remain as the "go to" artist when needed for that needed boost. Many things change while becoming old and stale; having George Thorogood and the Destroyers to listen to and watch perform NEVER will.

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Justin from Just Mornings spoke with George Thorogood about his tour re-announcement, a project he has in the works supporting Ovarian Cancer research and all things Canada. Justin also got a lesson in being b-b-b-b-bad.

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By Matt Friedlander/MSN.COM

George Thorogood recently established the Marla Thorogood Memorial Fund for Ovarian Cancer Research as a way to honor his late wife, Marla, who died of the disease last year.

To raise money for the charity, the veteran rocker has launched a special fan promotion that will run through the end of September, which is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. A limited-edition t-shirt featuring the logo of George's band The Destroyers in the color teal is being sold online, with 100% of the proceeds going to the fund.

Fans purchasing a shirt will receive a code giving them exclusive access to special Thorogood content and more. READ MORE

By Matt Friedlander/ABC News Radio

 

George Thorogood recently established the Marla Thorogood Memorial Fund for Ovarian Cancer Research as a way to honor his late wife, Marla, who died of the disease last year.

To raise money for the charity, the veteran rocker has launched a special fan promotion that will run through the end of September, which is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. A limited-edition t-shirt featuring the logo of George's band The Destroyers in the color teal is being sold online, with 100% of the proceeds going to the fund. READ MORE