Bob Seger Tickets
Bob Seger is an iconic American rock musician who achieved his
greatest success in the 1970's and 1980's. He is known as a workhorse
midwestern roots-rocker whose music deals with blue-collar themes.
Bob Seger is touring once again in 2015! The Silver Bullet Band tour will take him to arenas across North America in the spring of 2015.
Saw Bob Seger last night at the ACC in Toronto. AWESOME performance!!! Despite his age, he mentioned that he will be turning 70 in May, he still rocks the crowd. I had seen Bob Seger in Pontiac in the late 70's in the tour that coincided with his Live Bullet album....and it amazed me then how he controlled the crowd with his body language and enthusiasm, and he did it again last night!!! Great show. I encourage anyone who reads this, if you have a chance while he's out there touring, take in a concert. You won't be disappointed!!
Bob Seger Information Continued
Bob Seger's early work is hard-rocking and shows the influence of fellow Michiganders Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels as well as pioneer rock-and-rollers such as Chuck Berry. Notable songs during this time were "Ramblin' Gamblin' Man", "Get Out of Denver", and his classic take on life on the road, "Turn the Page". The Bob Seger System incarnation was essentially a Michigan proto-punk band not very unlike the SRC or The Frost. The Bob Seger System's song "2+2=?" is considered by some to be one of the most fiery anti-war songs ever written.
Bob Seger achieved a commercial breakthrough with his 1976 album Night Moves which featured several hits including the highly evocative title song. Subsequently, Bob Seger had success with rockers such as "Hollywood Nights" and mellower mid-tempo ballads such as "We've Got Tonight", "Fire Lake" (recorded 1979, and featured Don Henley, Timothy B. Schmit, and Glenn Frey on backing vocals) and "Against the Wind". His most recognizable songs are almost certainly "Old Time Rock & Roll" (featured in the film Risky Business) and "Like a Rock". Bob Seger also co-wrote the Eagles #1 hit song "Heartache Tonight" from their 1979 album The Long Run. Bob Seger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 15, 2004.