I Drink Alone is a classic blues-rock song by George Thorogood and the Destroyers.
It was released as a single from the 1985 album Maverick.
The song peaked at number 13 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks.
I Drink Alone describes a man who, as the name of the song suggests, spends most of his time alone drinking.
The song name-checks various alcoholic beverages like, Jack Daniel's, Jim Beam, Johnnie Walker Black and Red Labels, Wiser's and Old Grand-Dad in the verses.
George Thorogood's Destroyers on this dittie include Hank Carter on saxophone, Billy Blough on bass and Jeff Simon on drums.
These guys really rip it.
Isn't blues rock amazing?
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