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    Actually, more prevalent are the paid "meet and greets" where fans pay anywhere from a $50 to $450 surcharge just to take a photograph and get a small T-shirt goody bag.

    Thorogood seemed sincerely disappointed during our conversation about that topic. "It's really just a business these days. I get it. We have expenses too, but ya gotta give SOMETHING back to the fans," George said.

    "You DO get it, George," I responded.

    So for the next 40 or so minutes,, we swapped stories about the biz, and he was genuine, through and through.

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    George went on to say that it was the Beatles who actually set him on his