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|Feb 27||George Thorogood & The Destroyers||Flynn Center for the Performing Arts Burlington, Vermont||Find Tickets|
|Feb 28||George Thorogood & The Destroyers||Lynn Memorial Auditorium Lynn, Massachusetts||Find Tickets|
|Mar 1||George Thorogood||State Theatre - ME Portland, Maine||Find Tickets|
|Mar 11||George Thorogood with The Destroyers||The Forum Harrisburg, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Mar 12||LEO KOTTKE -7:30pm-||The Birchmere Alexandria, Virginia||Find Tickets|
|Mar 17||George Thorogood||Symphony Hall Allentown, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Mar 18||George Thorogood||State Theatre New Brunswick, New Jersey||Find Tickets|
|Mar 19||George Thorogood||Kirby Center Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Mar 20||George Thorogood and the Destroyers||Keswick Theatre Glenside, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Apr 26||Stagecoach Country Music Festival - Sunday||Empire Polo Club and Field Indio, California||Find Tickets|
George Thorogood has been rockin' his blues infused hits since the late seventies, finally hitting it big with his signature track, "Bad to the Bone", in 1982. For the past few decades, he has been the baddest blues musician in the game. With his fifteenth album due out in July, 2011; George Thorogood has proven that he is still "Better than the Rest" and will continue with his hectic touring schedule throughout 2011. Don't miss a date on the George Thorogood concert schedule 2011; Use Eventful as your source for George Thorogood tour dates and performance information.
The Delaware native started out with hopes of hitting it big in major league baseball. He was a semi-professional ball player before focusing his efforts towards music after watching a performance by blues legend, John P. Hammond, in 1970. Thorogood released his debut album, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, in 1976 and released the acclaimed Move It On Over in 1978. While recording and touring, Thorogood continued to play second-base in the Roberto Clemente baseball league until his bandmates forced him to quit the sport and focus full-time on the music. After receiving the "Rookie of the Year Award" from the league, Thorogood quit and the band released Better than the Rest, in 1979. George Thorogood tour dates with the Destroyers were the hottest ticket in the underground Rock and Blues scene during the late '70s.
The '80s would be the turning point for the blues-rock outfit. In 1980 George Thorogood tour dates were booked on the 50/50 Tour, which had the band playing in all fifty states in just fifty days! George Thorogood tour dates were booked on the supporting stage for the Rolling Stones's 1981 tour and the band performed on Saturday Night Live. Thorogood's signature song, "Bad to the Bone", was released in 1982 and the band achieved mainstream success. It has been licensed out to the films Terminator 2: Judgement Day and Problem Child, gaining the band mainstream attention. Thorogood released three Gold certified albums in the '80s including Bad to the Bone, Maverick, and Born to Be Bad, establishing himself as the hardest blues singer/guitarist in the business.
Since his heyday in the '80s, Thorogood has continued to tour and record as vigorously as he did when "Bad to the Bone" reigned on the radio. He scored another hit in 1993 entitled "Get a Haircut", which reached #2 on the Rock Charts and his greatest hits album, The Baddest of George Thorogood and the Destroyers, has been certified Platinum. Thorogood is currently putting the finishing touches on his fifteenth studio album, 2120 South Michigan Avenue, which is due out in 2011. To promote the disc, George Thorogood tour dates have been scheduled nationally. The bad boy of blues will visit mid-sized venues throughout the US this 2011. Relive the days of "Born to Be Bad" as it nears its thirtieth anniversary and is as bad as ever! Use Eventful as your source for George Thorogood tour dates and venue information.
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