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If you're happy to travel

You can catch George Thorogood at Humphreys Concerts by the Beach in San Diego, showing Jul 23, 2018

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George Thorogood is also touring to:

Henderson

Fri 20th Jul 2018

$56

Reno

Fri 27th Jul 2018

$56

Aurora

Sat 4th Aug 2018

$62

Anderson

Fri 3rd Aug 2018

$51

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George Thorogood

Closed September 26, 2017

George 'Bad to the Bone' Thorogood takes his sleazy blues on the road

Why See George Thorogood?

Still Bad to the Bone

George Thorogood and his band have been playing their sleazy, bar-blues for over 40 years now. Their back catalogue includes 16 studio albums, which have sold more than 15 million record worldwide, and the boys show no signs of slowing down just yet.

Now George Thorogood may not be a name you recognize, but you've definitely heard his songs. His defining number remains "Bad to the Bone", a dirty, bluesy anthem that is about as bad-ass as you can get. It's been popularised by its use in the opening scene in Terminator 2: Judgement Day, and John Carpenter's horror movie Christine. Among his other best known tracks are 'I Drink Alone' and 'Who Do You Love'. Catch George when he hits in , , .

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Performance date: 26 September 2017

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