George Thorogood Tickets
George Thorogood is an incredible artist, a singer as well as a guitarist, who sings and plays blues rock. He has an amazing career as a solo artists as well as an incredible career as one half of the band, George Therogood and the Destroyers or usually George Therogood and the Delaware Destroyers. This awesome artists hails from Wilmington in the state of the Delaware and is best known for the hit singles, including covers, Bad to the Bone, Move It On Over, One Scotch, One Beer and Who Do You Love? All in all, this rockstar has sold over fifteen million records all over the world with two albums certified platinum and six more albums certified as gold. In the world of blues rock, no name is more prominent and no band is more well known as George Thorogood and the Delaware Destroyers. Thus, for a night of the best American blues rock, simply pick those George Thorogood tickets and go watch this incredible artist and his band play the best blues rock, live!
The amazing George Thorogood was born back in 1950 in the suburbs of Wilmington. Initially, he worked towards being a professional baseball player and even played professional baseball for some time, something he resumed even after he became popular as a singer. However, in 1970, he saw the great John P. Hammond perform live, on stage, and was so inspired that he began singing and playing music. The start of his career as a professional artist began when he released his first demo, Better Than the Rest, in 1979 after starting work on it in 1974. His first album, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, was released in 1977 after a year of work. This album was well received by fans and critics alike and George Thorogood was back the next year with yet another album.
His next, Move It On Over, was released in 1978. This song contained two hit singles, Who Do You Love?, a remake of a song by Bo Diddley and Move It On Over, a remake of a song by Hank Williams. He also played baseball in the Roberto Clemente League even going so far as to be named the Rookie of the Year. By this time, George Thorogood and The Destroyers had moved to Boston and started playing many concerts as well as going on tour. In 1981, this amazing artist became even more popular when he toured with The Rolling Stones as their support act. He was also a guest on SNL and was touring heavily, with tours such as the famous 50/50 tour that occurred in 1980.
In the 50/50 tour, George Thorogood and The Destroyers toured fifty states in fifty days. Two years later, he released the album Bad to the Bone which was very successful. The hit single from this album, Bad to the Bone has been featured many times in TV and in movies. Examples include the movies Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Problem Child, Problem Child 2, Major Payne and Christine, the TV series, Married with Children, the game Rock ‘n Roll Racing, the Samule Adams beer and Buick Grand National commercials.
This song, Bad to the Bone, is the greatest song by George Thorogood and it is a song that is legendary in the world of music. So many movies, TV shows and other media programs have made use of this song that it has a special place of its own. Despite it being over forty years since George Thorogood released his first album, him and his band are still playing amazing music as well as creating it.
George Thorogood’s latest album is the 2011 masterpiece, 2120 South Michigan Avenue, released as usual with the Destroyers. This incredible album features many famous guests such as Willie Dixon, Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Buddy Guy, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter and Sonny Boy Williamson. This incredible album is truly more than worth a listen. With over fifteen albums released, George Thorogood with his spectacular band, the Destroyers are a must listen live through George Thorogood tickets.
George Thorogood Profession
George Thorogood Genres
Blues rock, Boogie rock, Blues, Rock and roll, Hard rock
- The Baddest of George Thorogood and the Destroyers
- Better Than the Rest
- 30 Years Greatest
- Boogie People
George Thorogood Songs
- I Drink Alone
- Move It On Over
- Get a Haircut
- Bad to the Bone
- Gear Jammer
- If You Don't Start Drinkin'
- Ride On Josephine
- You Talk Too Much
- I'll Change My Style
- Delaware Slide
- It Wasn’t Me
- Reelin' & Rockin'
- I Really Like Girls
- One Bourbon One Scotch One Beer
- Blue Highway
- You Got to Lose
- Born To Be Bad
- Goodbye Baby
- Cocaine Blues
- Can’t Stop Lovin’
- Long Gone
- I'm Just Your Good Thing
- Madison Blues
- Baby Please Set A Date
- Alley Oop
- Tail Dragger
- Oklahoma Sweetheart
- I'm A Steady Rollin' Man
- That Same Thing
- Rock & Roll Christmas
- Bottom Of The Sea
- The Sky Is Crying
George Thorogood Tickets Prices
The average price for George Thorogood Tickets start from $119. The minimum get in price is $61 for George Thorogood Tickets at the Wilbur Theatre - MA, Boston. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|George Thorogood & The Destroyers||Saint Charles||21-Mar-17||$169||$169|
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