Courtesy Coachella Valley Independent
During the late ’70s and ’80s, while New Wave was taking over the radio, George Thorogood found success by melding Chicago blues with rock ’n’ roll.
Thorogood, turning 67 on Feb. 24, is still rocking today. He puts on one a hell of a show and will be performing a sold-out concert at Morongo Casino Resort and Spa on Friday, March 3.
During a recent phone interview, Thorogood said he already knew what he wanted to do with his life as he grew up in Wilmington, Del.
“When I first played as a young boy in school, I was in a band, and we played a birthday party for one of my sisters,” Thorogood said. “That was pretty much my first gig. From that day, I knew what I was going to do for a living. I had been thinking about it for months before that. It wasn’t a hobby or something I was just trying to get out of my system: I knew what I wanted to do.”