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See George Thorogood LIVE for "One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer," and get down to "Bad to the Bone." George Thorogood puts on a legendary LIVE show; don't miss it. Buy your George Thorogood tickets now!
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George Thorogood Concert Tickets

A staple of barroom soundtracks everywhere, George Thorogood is arguably among the most recognizable blues musicians of the last few decades. His unpolished sound and distinctive voice have helped him stand out from the crowd, and fans still line up to purchase George Thorogood tickets to see him play his songs dedicated to heavy drinking and hard living.

Thorogood made his debut in the mid-1970s, but it was his second album that put him on the map. His sophomore record, Move It On Over, hit shelves in 1978 and was a substantial hit. It is most famous for Thorogood's cover of the Hank Williams' standard "Move It On Over," along with his version of the Bo Diddley classic "Who Do You Love?" Both singles had Thorogood's unique spin on them, and are still radio staples more than 30 years after their release.

Thorogood made his first big mainstream debut as an opening act for the Rolling Stones in 1981 during their U.S. tour. In the decades since Move It On Over was released, Thorogood has continued to be an icon in the blues rock world. His other singles, including "One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer" and "Bad to the Bone," have held up well over the years, and generation after generation is introduced to his music.

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