George Thorogood and the Destroyers with Mark Farner on June 25 at 8 p.m.

Meadow Brook Music Amphitheatre

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In a Nutshell

Blues superstar behind “Bad to the Bone” rattles the crowd with his semi-truck growl; Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad joins him

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George Thorogood & The Destroyers

  • How long they’ve been rocking the blues: since the 1970s when they were George Thorogood and the Delaware Destroyers
  • What they do: inject sonic testosterone into everything they play
  • “Bad to the Bone”: the 1982 hit that skyrocketed them into the mainstream
  • Other hits that earned ubiquity: “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer,” “Move It On Over,” “Who Do You Love?” 
  • Where you’ve heard them: on the soundtracks of movies including Terminator 2: Judgment Day and 2011’s The Muppets
  • Their latest studio album: 2011’s 2120 South Michigan Avenue, a tribute to Chess Records heroes such as Elmore James, Bo Diddly, and Buddy Guy

Mark Farner

  • How you know him best: as the lead singer and guitarist of Grand Funk Railroad
  • How you know them best: as the creators of such sing-along, dance-along numbers as “We’re an American Band,” “Some Kind of Wonderful,” and a groovy take on “The Loco-Motion.”
  • How Homer Simpson described Farner’s lyrics: “wild” and “shirtless”
  • Farner post Grand Funk: he launched a solo career and climbed the Christian charts with a take on John Beland’s “Isn’t it Amazing”
  • Best way to learn about his life: read his 2001 authorized biography, From Grand Funk to Grace

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