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This week's Music Mania Podcast features an exclusive interview with legendary high-energy boogie blues musician George Thorogood discusses the key to longevity in the music business as well as what drives him to continue after 8,000 concerts and 45 years!

Thorogood also discusses his upcoming "Good to be Bad" tour which hits Kansas City's Uptown Theater on March 1st. Tickets can be purchased HERE

Band’s Triumphant ‘Good To Be Bad’ Tour Announces Seven July Concerts Including London, Liverpool, Manchester & Glasgow

George Thorogood & The Destroyers today announced seven UK concerts as part of their acclaimed Good To Be Bad: 45 Years Of Rock tour. Tickets for these July dates – their first UK performances in over seven years – go on sale Friday, February 21st at 10AM via

“To hear George Thorogood flail his slide up and down his guitar,” wrote Greil Marcus in Rolling Stone, “you might have thought he was Ben Franklin – that he’d discovered not the blues, but electricity.” Since 1975, George Thorogood & The Destroyers have sold over 15 million albums, played more than 8,000 ferocious live shows, and built a catalog of classic hits that includes ‘Who Do You Love’, ‘I Drink Alone’, ‘One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer’, ‘Move It On Over’ and Thorogood’s definitive badass anthem, ‘Bad To The Bone’. “The Destroyers remain as they have been for years – Jeff Simon on percussion, Bill Blough on bass, Jim Suhler on guitar, and Buddy Leach on saxophone,” The Sacramento Bee says. “They are without doubt one of the best touring bands in blues-rock history.”

“Ever since our first shows there in 1978, the UK has been one of our favorite places to play,” says Thorogood. “We’re talkin’ great venues, great energy and truly great audiences, and we’re looking forward to coming back for it all. Expect our best, because that’s what you’re gonna get.”

George Thorogood & The Destroyers’ 2020 UK Tour:

Monday, 20 July – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

Wednesday, 22 July – Barbican, York

Thursday, 23 July – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool

Friday, 24 July – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

Sunday, 26 July – Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Monday, 27 July – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Tuesday, 28 July – SEC Armadillo, Glasgow


By: Stephen Johnson

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Spirit Of Rock Presents Ramblin’ Man Fair which takes place at Mote Park, Maidstone, Kent UK, 17th, 18th& 19th July 2020, have announced the following acts to play the event, namely, George Thorogood And The Destroyers and Foghat, who are playing on the Mainstage, Sunday 19th July 2020 and Goodbye June are to play the Outlaw Country Stage on Saturday 18th July 2020.



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It’s been a long wait but finally the baddest man in blues George Thorogood has returned to Sydney. He is currently in Australia with his band the destroyers as they are celebrating 45 years together.

A sold out Enmore Theatre roared loudly as George strutted onto the stage kicking things off and setting the tone for the night with “Rock Party”. From then on it became a flawless set of all killer, no filler rocking tunes.

It seemed as though everyone had a drink in hand for “I Drink Alone”. If they didn’t for that song then they surely did for the singalong follow up “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer”. George even paused after the song for a little banter trying out his Aussie accent and slang. Soon after we were all transported back to the 90’s with the anti-conformist anthem “Get A Haircut”.

Then the time had come that everyone had been waiting for, George strikes the iconic opening riff and it’s time for B B B “Bad To The Bone.” The entire place erupts with both crowd and band loving every minute of it. George’s slide guitar skills were lightning fast and The Destroyers were super tight. Hearing “Back To The Bone” live with all its swagger should be on every blues fans bucket list.

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