George Thorogood Brings Buddy Weiser to Chip!
George Thorogood Brings Buddy Weiser to Sturgis Rally
When the Chip looks for Sturgis bands, it looks for folks who know how to party. So, how can you have a 25th Annual Best Party Anywhere without everyone's good buddy weiser, George Thorogood & The Destroyers?
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally band for the ages
This is THE party band for the ages. And they're coming joining with Montgomery Gentry Monday, Aug. 7 to kick off the official start of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally to their hard-drinkin', hard livin' blues-based anthems for wreckless abandon fit so well, they seem to have been custom-written for Sturgis entertainment.
Rather like riding a Harley-Davidson at the Sturgis Bike Rally…
When we first started, none of us had any idea we'd still be going strong for this long. It's truly living a dream," Thorogood said.
Sturgis Rally concerts among countless festivals for tireless performers
Throughout the 80s and 90s The Destroyers continued to cement their reputation as one of the hardest working, and most successful live attractions in rock. They headlined numerous tours and festivals in the U.S. and abroad and teamed with artists ranging from Steve Miller, ZZ Top and The Allman Brothers to Little Feat and BB King to bring their brand of rough and tumble rock and roll to the masses. With over 3000 live shows under their belts, the respect and admiration of their heroes and peers and a body of work that forms the foundation of their enduring popularity, The Destroyers look upon their success as a gift that keeps on giving—both to their fans and themselves.
Loyal Sturgis Rally music fans are loyal Thorogood fans
Thorogood sums up the Destroyers musical odyssey with a tip of his cap to the countless loyal supporters who've made their journey possible: "We'd never be in this position if it weren't for our fans. They're the real reason we keep going and as long as they want us, we'll be there."
Get the Sturgis Rally Party rockin’!
There's no one better to get the nights party rockin' into the music of Montgomery Gentry, the undeniable caretakers of the American outlaw legacy.