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Thorogood at 66 lives up to his B-b-b-badder than Ever billing

George Thorogood and the Destroyers

With J. W-Jones

National Arts Centre

Reviewed Monday

George Thorogood, the 66-year-old bad boy of blues-rock, and his longtime band the Destroyers, delivered a shtick that never gets old at the National Arts Centre on Monday. 488 more words


Thorogood digs deep into the fertile soil of the blues

George Thorogood is a self-confessed “dirty” player. By that, he means he gets down and dirty and digs deep into the earth of the blues. 1,228 more words

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"Bad To The Bone" performed live by "George Thorogood & The Destroyers"

Great video of “George Thorogood & The Destroyers” performing “Bad To The Bone” LIVE in Clarksdale, Mississippi at the Juke Joint Jam… 117 more words

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By Steve Newton

It wasn’t a great year for humanity, what with Fukushima and all, but at least there was some good music released along with the hot particles. 419 more words

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Bamford, Nichols, Thorogood announce Ottawa shows

Three concerts announced for Ottawa venues on Monday span rock, blues and country.

Gord Bamford and Joe Nichols, and George Thorogood and the Destroyers, have set dates for Ottawa, plus a show in Peterborough (Bamford and Nichols). 162 more words

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Corb Lund and George Thorogood are coming to Saskatoon

Tickets go on sale Thursday for Corb Lund, performing Feb. 8 at O’Brian’s Event Centre.

Lund’s Winter Campaign Canadian tour is in support of his newest album Things That Can’t Be Undone. 68 more words


Pleasant and polished: Sheryl Crow gently rocks the crowd at Fort Calgary

The Oxford Stomp is seven years older than its boisterous younger brother, the Stampede Roundup and, for the most part, acts its age.

This may be because the week’s second corporate party and Rotary Club of Calgary fundraiser lands near the dying days of the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, which means revellers could potentially be revelled out. 764 more words