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Bob Seger Details

Born in Detroit, Michigan in May of 1945, Robert Clark Seger, better known as Bob Seger, is an award-winning musician and singer-songwriter. Exposed to music from an early age through his father, Seger took an interest in singing and playing instruments. It wasn’t until 1961 that Bob Seger played in a band called the Decibels, formed with fellow high school classmates. Bob played the guitar, piano, and keyboards; he sang in the band as well.

After his high school band disbanded, Seger went on to join the Town Criers as the lead vocalist. After some success in landing gigs, Seger met and joined a different band, Doug Brown & The Omens. Inspired by musicians Little Richard and Elvis Presley, Bob Seger soon found success among the locals when he released East Side Story with a band called The Last Heard in 1966.

After releasing more hit singles, Bob Seger & The Last Heard signed with Capitol Records in 1968. The band soon changed its name to The Bob Seger System. The band released its first album, Ramblin’ Gamblin Man, the following year. Not only was this album a hit in Michigan, it catapulted Bob Seger to the national stage. In fact, the album reached #62 on the Billboard pop albums chart.

However, it wasn’t a straight route to success after Ramblin’ Gamblin Man. Bob Seger hit a few roadblocks; his first solo album, Brand New Morning, failed and ultimately led to his departure from Capitol Records. Deciding to ditch the solo life and go back to bands, Seger joined Teegarden & Van Winkle, touring with them in 1972. He hopped from one band to another during the next couple of years before forming the Silver Bullet Band in 1974.

Churning out hit after hit with the Silver Bullet Band, Bob Seger had finally found his rock and roll sweet spot. In fact, Seger eventually returned to Capitol Records to release the hit album, Beautiful Loser. One of his most popular hits, however, came with the album, Night Moves. This was Bob Seger's first Top Ten album on the Billboard album chart. In 2004, Bob Seger was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame by none other than fellow Michigan native Kid Rock.

Bob Seger Setlist

Known for his heartland rock tunes, as well as his hard rock, pop rock, and roots rock songs, Bob Seger has touched many fans around the world with his lyrics. His most popular and well-known songs include:

  • Night Moves
  • Turn the Page
  • Roll Me Away
  • Still the Same
  • Beautiful Loser
  • Hollywood Nights
  • We’ve Got Tonight
  • Shame On The Moon
  • Old Time Rock and Roll

One of Seger’s most popular songs, “Old Time Rock and Roll,” was used in Risky Business as Tom Cruise danced to it in his underwear.

Bob Seger in Concert

So, what’s it like to see the legendary Bob Seger perform live? For those lucky enough to secure tickets, it is an incredible opportunity for old fans and new fans alike to enjoy timeless classics from an accomplished performer. His shows are simple and lack any real fanfare. In a way, this is what separates his shows from the rest. Bob Seger doesn’t need flashy lights and a huge stage show to prove that he still has the vocal chops he did in his younger days.

Bob Seger Tour Dates

See below for a list of Bob Seger tour dates and locations. For all available tickets and to find shows in your city, scroll to the listings at the top of this page.

DateCityVenue
12/20/2018
Greenville, SC
12/22/2018
Duluth, GA
01/03/2019
Saginaw, MI
01/05/2019
Grand Rapids, MI
01/09/2019
Toledo, OH
01/11/2019
Nashville, TN
01/15/2019
Fort Wayne, IN
01/17/2019
Buffalo, NY
01/19/2019
Columbus, OH
01/22/2019
Peoria, IL