Just ahead of their sold out show tonight at Madison Square Garden, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band announced today new dates extending their 2014 / 2015 Ride Out Tour.
“Within $100 million, how much did you make from Chevy?” Letterman asked the Motor City music legend.
“I’ve got like 50, 60, 70 [unreleased] completed songs that I could think of right now, or that I’ve written down.”
Bob Seger kicked off his tour in support of his new album, Ride Out, Wednesday night at the Dows Wendler Arena in Saginaw, Michigan.
Bob Seger can safely say that he’s back in a big way with his first Top Three album in 28 years. Seger’s new critically acclaimed Ride Out collection entered theBillboard 200 album charts at Number Three this week, marking his best chart showing since his 1986 album, Like A Rock, also hit Number Three. Seger’s last studio album, 2006’sFace The Promise topped out at Number Four upon its release.
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It’s looking like Bob Seger’s new album, Ride Out, will earn the Michigan rocker his 10th Top 10 album on the Billboard 200 album charts. Billboard reported that the album — which is Seger’s first in eight years — could sell around 55,000 copies, scoring him the second highest entry on the chart behind Florida Georgia Line’s new set, AnythingGoes, which is expected to sell around 190,000. Billboard’s latest charts will be published on October 22nd.
Bob talked about working on some of the new songs on the album at his songwriting cottage located in Clarkston.
The Motor City’s own Bob Seger dropped in to visit Bobby & Stacey to chat about his new album “Ride Out” available Tuesday.
Bob Seger’s new album, “Ride Out”, is set to be released next Tuesday October 14th. Here’s a preview of Bob’s tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughn, “Hey Gypsy”.