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George Thorogood Has Two Australian Dates for January 2020

by Paul Cashmere on August 19, 2019

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George Thorogood & The Destroyers will return to Australia for their first shows in a decade in January 2020.

The most recent George Thorogood setlist dates back to his first album from 1977 and drops breadcrumbs of classics throughout his career well into the 21st century.

George Thorogood setlist, 9 August 2019, Orange County Fair

Rock Party (from The Hard Stuff, 2006)
Who Do You Love? (from Move It On Over, 1979)
Shot Down (Record Store Day vinyl, 2018)
Night Time (from More George Thorogood & The Destroyers, 1980)
I Drink Alone (from Maverick, 1985)
One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (from George Thorogood & The Destroyers, 1977)
Gear Jammer (from Maverick, 1985)
Get a Haircut (from Haircut, 1993)
Bad to the Bone (from Bad To The Bone, 1982)

Twenty Dollar Gig (from The Dirty Dozen, 2009)
Move It on Over (from Move It On Over, 1979)

Encore 2:
Born to Be Bad (from Born To Be Bad, 1988)

George Thorogood & The Destroyers dates

20 January, Melbourne, The Forum
22 January, Sydney, Enmore Theatre

Live Nation pre-sale begins 10am Wednesday, August 21 until 10am Friday, August 23

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