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George Thorogood: Destroying To Survive

In 2003, George Thorogood told Classic Rock what his best and worst decisions have been, and how many groupies he'd enjoyed!

American singer/guitarist George Thorogood first became interested in music, notably Chicago blues, when he saw John Hammond performing in 1970.

Three years later he put together his band, The Destroyers, and they were soon backing blues stars visiting Boston.

Having released their first album in 1978, George Thorogood & The Destroyers would raise their profile with a steady release of fine, no-frills, blues-based albums during the late 70s and early 80s, including Move It On Over and Better Than The Rest

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