“But the show’s spirit was personal, not political. Grizzled yet smiling and robust, with his stalwart voice and vigorous band, Mr. Seger and his songs promised that it’s possible to look back, with and without regrets, yet still live fully in the present.”
-Jon Pareles, New York Times
The holidays may be over, but the RIDE OUT Tour has just begun! Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band extend their 2014 / 2015 tour with the addition of SIX new cities: Indianapolis, Kansas City, Lincoln, Sioux Falls, Salt Lake City and their hometown, Deeeeetroit!
On sale dates for the new shows will be announced soon. Tickets will be available to purchase on Ticketmaster.com and LiveNation.com.
13 Salt Lake City, UT Energy Solutions Arena
15 Lincoln, NE Pinnacle Bank Arena
17 Sioux Falls, SD Denny Sanford Center
20 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
22 Indianapolis, IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse
26 Detroit, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills
“Legendary rock star Bob Seger is back. He’s out with his first studio album in eight years. As Charlie Rose reports, his songs sound like they were written for every working man and woman in America, but there was a time when it seemed his music may not reach the masses. Seger joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about his album and making way for a new tour.”
OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Bob Seger’s new studio album, Ride Out, will be released October 14 on Capitol Records.
Produced by Seger, the new collection stays true to his legendary sound as he effortlessly marries rock, blues and country, yielding an album with all the hallmarks of the rocker’s deep catalog of hits. Seger began teasing tracks from the album during his 2013 tour, including “Detroit Made,” “All of The Roads” and “California Stars.”
Find out what the critics are saying about Bob Seger’s cover of John Hiatt’s “Detroit Made,” a song that celebrates America’s love affair with the automobile.
“Bob Seger took a step closer to a new album — which would be his first since 2006’s Face the Promise — with the release of a new song on Thursday,” Gary Graff, Billboard.
Both the Detroit Free Press and Oakland Press gave two thumbs up to Saturday’s tribute to Bob Seger during the Concert of Colors music festival.
Brian McCollum, Detroit Free Press, “It was the kind of fun, freewheeling night where history shook hands with 2014 and both came out better for it.”