George Thorogood talks baseball, blues
George Thorogood has been slinging guitar and playing the blues for nearly four decades.
He wrote and performed the legendary song "Bad to the Bone" and famously recorded classic covers of "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer," "Who Do You Love?" and "Move It On Over" with his band, the Destroyers. He's known for energetic live performances and has tirelessly toured for the duration of his career. In 1981, his band followed up a tour with the Rolling Stones by playing shows ...
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