"George Thorogood and his band The Destroyers fought their way to the top. They came out of Delaware in the â€˜70s as a jarringly high-energy bunch whose raucous, slide guitar-stoked, blues-rock takes on tunes by Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, Bo Diddley and others helped land them a contract with Rounder Records. They had moved to Boston and cut their teeth in the cityâ€™s blues circuit before striking it big with their second album, Move It On Over. They added a saxophonist and further fame came in the â€˜80s through a series of gold records including 1982â€™s Bad to the Bone (the title track is Thorogoodâ€™s best-known composition)."
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