Bob Seger plots return to New England

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After rocking the TD Garden earlier this year, Bob Seger has revealed plans to return to the road for a fall tour. Joined by the Silver Bullett Band, Seger will play the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts on Tuesday, November 29. Tickets for the show will go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster for $73.

Prior to the Worcester show, Seger will also perform at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on Saturday, November 26. Tickets for the show are now on sale through Ticketmaster for $75 and $95.

Last week, Capitol/EMI reissued Seger’s multi-platinum Live Bullet and Nine Tonight concert albums. Both albums were digitally remastered with exclusive bonus tracks.

In March, the classic rock legend gave fans a taste of his forthcoming studio album by releasing “Downtown Train”, a cover of the 1985 Tom Waits tune. A release date for the untitled album has not been announced.

On the upcoming tour, fans can expect to hear Seger’s timeless classics like “Night Moves” and “Old Time Rock & Roll” alongside a preview of new songs from the forthcoming release. Seger, 65, hasn’t released an album of original material since 2006’s Face The Promise. He did appear on fellow Detroit rocker Kid Rock’s most recent album Born Free, playing piano on “Collide”, which also features Sheryl Crow on vocals.

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  1. Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band’s first top ten hit was 1976’s “Night Moves.” Recorded in Toronto with producer Jack Richardson, the track was a last-minute addition to an otherwise forgettable session. Rockaeology at http://bit.ly/jimE4R has the story of how a Bruce Springsteen track became the inspiration for the song’s signature changes in tempo.

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