He may not be the most famous bluesman, but he's consistently good
It's fair to say George Thorogood has been around the music biz a little while. When he was in his 20s, the blues/rock guitarist best known for being "B-b-b-buh-bad to the bone" briefly moved to England just so he could play guitar 12 hours a day without any distractions. In 1973, the Delaware-br ... More >>
George Thorogood is coming to the House of Blues on March 8, and we're giving away two pairs of tickets to whoever wants to see "Bad to the Bone" in the flesh. And, FYI, here's a bit of trivia about that song: It wasn't a huge hit when it was released.
Flickr user inrsoulEveryday can be International Beer Day when you don't need an excuse to drink beer. In honor of the world's favorite amber-brown drink (screw you, rum) raise a glass and count down the Top Five songs about beer.
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