“Every now and then you’ll nail one that’s really, really special. And that’s what you live for.
Bob Seger Live-Old Time Rock n Roll
Bob Seger Ramblin Gamblin Man
Bob Seger – Turn the Page
Bob Seger – Still The Same
Bob Seger-Her Strut live
Bob Seger – C’est La Vie
Bob Seger-Fire Down Below Live
In Your Time – Bob Seger Music Video
You’ll Accompany Me Live-Bob Seger
Bob Seger -Rare Against The Wind Live
Bob Seger – Rock n Roll Never Forgets Rare Live
Bob Seger- We’ve Got Tonight live
Bob Seger – Like a Rock ( Music Video )
Bob Seger – Ship of Fools
Bob Seger – Understanding
Travelin’ Man/Beautiful Loser Bob Seger 2007
Night Moves Bob Seger 2007
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Travelin’ Man – Beautiful Loser – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Rock & Roll Never Forgets – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Ramblin Gamblin Man – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Come To Pappa – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger – Downtown Train – Toledo 3/26/11
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Main Street – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Sunspot Baby – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Night Moves – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – C’est La Vie – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Katmandu – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger – Hollywood Nights – Toledo 3/26/11
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Turn The Page – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Against The Wind – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger Tour 2011 – Old Time Rock & Roll – Toledo 3-26-2011
Bob Seger & Kid Rock Real Mean Bottle 12/20/06 Detroit
Bob Seger Wait For Me
Background Articles and Videos
Bob Seger accepts award Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum inductions 2004
Bob Seger Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame
Bob Seger Sunday Morning
Bob Seger on Entertainment Tonight
Bob Seger:CBS TV Interview 1996 Mystery Tour 1996
BOB SEGER – Face the Promise (his life)
Bob Seger:In Concert ABC Special interview
Bob Seger TV Interview December 1976
“…Robert Clarke Seger (born May 6, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and pianist.
As a locally successful Detroit-area artist, he performed and recorded as The Bob Seger System throughout the 1960s. By the early 1970s, he had dropped the “System” from his recordings, and he continued to strive for national success with other various bands. In 1973 he put together “The Silver Bullet Band,” an evolving group of Detroit-area musicians, with whom he became most successful. In 1976, he achieved national fame with two albums, the live record Live Bullet, and the studio record Night Moves. On his studio albums he also worked extensively with the Alabama-based Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, appearing on several of Seger’s best selling singles and albums.
A roots rocker with a classic raspy, shouting voice, Seger was first inspired by Little Richard and Elvis Presley, along with James Brown. He wrote and recorded songs that dealt with blue-collar themes. Seger has recorded many rock and roll hits, including “Night Moves”, “Turn the Page”, and “Like a Rock”, and also co-wrote the Eagles number one hit “Heartache Tonight”. His iconic signature song “Old Time Rock and Roll” was named one of the Songs of the Century in 2001. With a career spanning five decades, Seger continues to perform and record today.
“Old Time Rock & Roll” charted #2 as most played Jukebox Singles of all Time, second only to Patsy Cline’s “Crazy”.
Seger’s songs have been covered by many artists including Thin Lizzy and Metallica.
Seger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. …”
“…Recent Works & 2011 Tour
In October 2009, Yessian Music reported on its social networking sites that Seger was re-recording his albums Smokin’ O.P.’s and Seven. On October 25, 2009 it was revealed that Seger indeed had done some re-recording of older songs for an upcoming compilation album entitled Early Seger Vol. 1, a collection of out of print songs and also previously unreleased material. The album was released on November 24, 2009, initially exclusively available for purchase at Meijer. A week later it was available for download at BobSeger.com.
Seger lives mainly at his home in Orchard Lake Village, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. He frequents many local events including West Bloomfield High School football games to watch his son who is in the nationally-ranked marching band. Seger also has a vacation house near Good Hart, Michigan.
Seger made an announcement on 26 March during an interview with Dick Purtan on Detroit’s WOMC-FM that he plans to tour in late 2010. These concerts will be Seger’s first since 2007′s 50-stop US tour which followed the release of his last album Face the Promise.
Seger contributed piano and vocals on Kid Rock’s 2010 album Born Free. Alongside Seger, the album also featured Sheryl Crow, Zac Brown Band, and Martina Mcbride among others.
On January 25th and 26th, videos were uploaded to Seger’s official Facebook page (and later on his official website) and teased older Seger songs while lying under a blurred screen, a map of the U.S. with 5 noted states highlighted, and a message at the end saying “Stay Tuned to BobSeger.com.” On January 27th, Seger made an announcement on his official website of a 2011 Tour subjected to kick off in March 2011. In a Rolling Stone article, additional information was added saying that Seger had 20-30 dates already booked and was expected to tour again in the Fall. In other news, the same article noted that Seger had been recording non-stop since the end of the Face the Promise tour and that a new album was currently in the works, and Seger was satisfied with over half of it already. It was also stated that Seger would be sampling a few songs from the forthcoming record during the first leg of the tour in hopes of having the album released shortly before, during, or after the tour, hinting at a Summer 2011 release.
On March 2, 2011, Seger released the first single from his forthcoming album, Downtown Train, a Tom Waits cover. …”
Bob Seger Biography
“…Seger’s first new album in 11 years, titled Face the Promise, was released in 2006. In its first 45 days, the album sold more than 400,000 copies. The album has sold over 1 million copies to date and stayed on the Billboard chart for months. His supporting tour was also eagerly anticipated, with many shows selling out within minutes. Showing that Seger’s legendary appeal in Michigan had not diminished, all 15,000 tickets available for his first show at Grand Rapids’ Van Andel Arena sold out in under five minutes; three additional shows were subsequently added, each of which also sold out. …”
Bob Seger- Official Web Site
The Seger File-Unofficial Web Site