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About George Thorogood & The Destroyers
George Thorogood & The Destroyers debuted in 1977 with a self-titled album. Their next album in 1978, Move It On Over, included the hit re-makes of the Bo Diddley song, “Who Do You Love”, Hank William’s “Move It On Over”, and Chuck Berry’s “It Wasn’t Me.” More albums ensued including 1982’s Bad To The Bone with the title track granting Thorogood a place in pop culture history.
Before George played the blues, he played semi-pro baseball in the Roberto Clemente League in Delaware. He played second base and was the chosen rookie of the year. He had to quit to devote himself entirely to The Destroyers.
George Thorogood and The Destroyers are known for their tiring touring schedule. In 1981, they played a one show per state tour for fifty nights in a row. While they do work hard, they have fun while doing so. One night their friends Jimmy Thackery and the Nighthawks were playing across the street in Georgetown. When the clock struck midnight, both bands started playing “Madison Blues” in the same key. George and Jimmy met in the street, switched guitar cables, and went in to play with the other band.