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Here's upcoming Bob Seger tour dates as below:
This is a shout-out to diehard fans of Old Time Rock & Roll. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band recently announced an upcoming tour in support of Ride Out, their new album. Bob Seger tickets are liable to sell out before the ink dries.
Segar is approaching 70 and recent tours have sparse. Last year, he alluded to the possibility of retirement, that the 2014/15 RideOut Tour and album may be his last.
The tour kicks-off November 19th in Saginaw, Michigan. At present, 23 stops are scheduled before winding-up in Los Angeles on February 27, 2015.
Disgruntled fans in Seger's hometown are astonished because concerts weren't scheduled in Detroit proper or at the Palace of Auburn Hills, where he traditionally stops. However, the Ride Out Tour loops back to perform in Grand Rapids on December 9th.
Most noteworthy of Bob Seger tour dates is Madison Square Garden on Friday, December 19th. The J. Geils Band performs opening act in: Albany, Bangor, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Grand Rapids, New York, St. Louis and Uncasville.
Affectionately called "Godfather of no frills rock music", Seger racked up 14 singles on the Top 40 from 1976-1984. Here are several Bob Seger Songs, which span five decades:
Old Time Rock & Roll - soundtrack for Risky Business. Ranked #278 of 365 Songs of the Century in 2001. Received Legend of the Jukebox Award in 1992 for most played song ever, by a male artist.
Still the Same –From the album Stranger in Town, which climbed to the #4 spot on the Hot 100 and stayed on charts 110 weeks. Other singles included Hollywood Nights and We've Got Tonite.
Like a Rock – Featured theme in commercials for Chevy trucks. Ironically, Seger's first "real" job was on the Ford assembly line. He lasted three weeks.
Ramblin' Gamblin' Man – His first song garnering national acclaim. Hit #7 on Billboard Hot 100. Glenn Frey recorded background vocals.
Turn the Page – Seger's iconic road song is all about a musician's stressful, lonely life behind the glitz and glamour.
If indeed, Ride Out turns the final page of his brilliant career, it's worth the price of Bob Seger concert tickets to hear this song.