35th Anniversary George Thorogood's 'Move It On Over' In The Studio

The latest episode of the web series and syndicated radio show In The Studio features George Thorogood celebrating the 35th anniversary of George Thorogood and the Destroyers second album, "Move It On Over."

During the interview, Thorogood explains to host Redbeard how he discovered the blues, "I discovered it (the blues) just like 90% of every other kid in America: I discovered it from The Beatles and the Rolling Stones!

"I wanted to be a comedian. I never missed the Red Skelton show every Tuesday night. I never missed any comedy sitcom... I watched every comic I could on Ed Sullivan.

"And one time I was watching Ed Sullivan and they had these four guys and they were from England, and they had these real tight pants and suede boots, and they had their hair real long. And they didn't tell any jokes. And all these girls were screaming, and I said, ' Now that's a good job'." Check out the special here.

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