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Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band

Originally a hard-driving rocker in the vein of fellow Michigan garage rockers the Rationals and Mitch Ryder, Bob Seger developed into one of the most popular heartland rockers over the course of the '70s. Combining the driving charge of Ryder's Detroit Wheels with Stonesy garage rock and devotion to hard-edged soul and R&B, he crafted a distinctively American sound. While he never attained the critical respect of his contemporary Bruce Springsteen, Seger did develop a dedicated following through constant touring with his Silver Bullet Band. Following several years of missed chances and lost opportunities, Seger finally achieved a national audience in 1976 with the back-to-back release of Live Bullet and Night Moves. After the platinum success of those albums, Seger retained his popularity for the next two decades, releasing seven Top Ten, platinum-selling albums in a row.

Seger began playing music in 1961 as the leader of the Detroit-based trio the Decibels; his future manager, Eddie "Punch" Andrews was also a member of the band. Moving to Ann Arbor, he played with the Town Criers before he became the keyboardist and vocalist for Doug Brown & the Omens. Billing themselves as the Beach Bums, the band released "The Ballad of the Yellow Beret," a parody of the Sgt. Barry Sadler song "The Ballad of the Green Beret." The single was withdrawn shortly after its release after Sadler threatened a lawsuit. In 1966, Seger released his first solo single, "East Side Story," which became a regional hit. Several other local hit singles followed on Cameo Records, including "Persecution Smith" and "Heavy Music," before his label folded. In 1968, he formed the Bob Seger System and signed with Capitol Records, releasing his debut album, Ramblin' Gamblin' Man, in the spring of that year. The title track became a national hit, climbing to number 17, but the group's follow-up, Noah, stiffed and Seger decided to quit the music business at the end of 1969 to attend college.

By the end of the summer, Seger had returned to rock & roll with a new backing band, releasing Mongrel at the end of the year. For 1971's Brand New Morning, he disbanded his group and recorded a singer/songwriter effort. Following its release, he began performing with the duo Dave Teegarden and Skip "Van Winkle" Knape, and the duo provided support on 1972's Smokin' O.P.'s, which was the first release on Palladium Records, a label he formed with Andrews. The album failed to sell, as did Back in '72 (1973) and Seven (1974), and he moved back to Capitol Records for 1975's Beautiful Loser. For the recording of Beautiful Loser, Seger formed the Silver Bullet Band, which consisted of guitarist Drew Abbott, bassist Chris Campbell, keyboardist Robyn Robbins, saxophonist Alto Reed, and drummer Charlie Allen Martin. Seger supported Beautiful Loser with an extensive tour with the Silver Bullet Band, and while it didn't make the album a hit, it provided a widespread grassroots following across the country. The touring paid off in 1976, when Live Bullet, a double album recorded in Detroit, became a hit, spending over three years on the U.S. charts and going gold; the album would eventually go quadruple platinum.

The groundswell behind Live Bullet sent Seger's next studio album, Night Moves (1976), into the Top Ten early in 1977. Night Moves became a blockbuster, generating the hit singles "Night Moves," "Mainstreet," and "Rock & Roll Never Forgets." Stranger in Town, released in the summer 1978, was just as successful, featuring the hits "Still the Same," "Hollywood Nights," "We've Got Tonite," and "Old Time Rock & Roll." Stranger in Town confirming his status as one America's most popular rockers. Seger's next album, 1980's Against the Wind, became his first number one album and all of its big hits -- "Fire Lake," "Against the Wind," "You'll Accomp'ny Me" -- were ballads. The live album Nine Tonight continued his multi-platinum success in 1981, selling three million copies and peaking at number three.

Seger returned with The Distance in 1982. The Distance was the first album since Seven to be recorded with the addition of session musicians, which caused guitarist Abbott to quit the band in frustration. Over the course of the next decade, the membership of the Silver Bullet Band shifted constantly. While The Distance featured "Shame on the Moon," his biggest hit single to date, its sales plateaued at a million copies, suggesting that his popularity was beginning to level off. Seger also began to drastically reduce his recording and touring schedules -- he only released one other album, 1986's Like a Rock, during the '80s. Like a Rock and its supporting tour were both successes, paving the way for "Shakedown," a song taken from the soundtrack to Beverly Hills Cop II, to become Seger's lone number one hit in 1987. Four years after its release, he returned with The Fire Inside. Although the album went platinum and reached the Top Ten, it only appealed to Seger's devoted following, as did 1995's It's a Mystery, which became his first album since Live Bullet to fail to go platinum, leveling off at gold status.

A long hiatus followed, where Seger kept his head down and spent time with his family. These quiet years were only interrupted by his 2004 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Finally, in 2006, after an 11-year hiatus, Seger released Face the Promise, his first record since 1975's Beautiful Loser not to feature the Silver Bullet Band. Although it spawned no big hit singles -- "Wait for Me" made it into the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 20 -- Face the Promise performed well, debuting at four on the Billboard charts on its way to a platinum certification. A couple archival projects followed: the 2009 compilation Early Seger, Vol. 1 that balanced previously released cuts with re-recorded old tunes, and the 2011 double-disc set Ultimate Hits: Rock & Roll Never Forgets, which was certified platinum and generated the modest adult contemporary hit cover of Tom Waits' "Downtown Train." A new album called Ride Out appeared in October of 2014, debuting at number three on the Billboard charts. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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Track List: Downtown Train (Radio Single)

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joshua.beech e r 9 3
Best song by Bob Seger
old time rock and roll

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Main Street...one of his BEST.
They played this in risky business Tom Cruise came sliding in and lip syncing to this song
I love this music.
those are good memories back in my younger days never for get
old time rock and roll
i started listening to seger in the 70s.i danced with my babies to all his albums,and now my kids listen to him.theyre 35 and 40.bob segers music is timeless!i wish he put out more songs.deb
alansmithcfl
One of America's best rockers. Where da hell did rock and roll go?
Well today I'll close with BOB SEGER. We had some great times! Didn't we sweetheart ? Didn't we ? I love u Brenda forever!!!!! ! ! !
kevin-burns9
A true rock and roller with some of the best rock ballads !!!bob Seeger unbelievable gifted Night moves rock on !!!pkb,45
Spent your day In a positive way! & when the negative comes turn it in to a positive.
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed by your lover on the nearest friday. Friday will be the best day of your life, now that you have read this don't stop reading. Post this on 5 other songs in 143 minutes the press f6 and your lovers name will appear in big letters it's so scary cause it actually works
Here we go again. Good day !!
One of my very best concerts I've gone too. Turn the page tour was and still is my very best concerts. Keep it up Bob, and Silver Bullet Band for the best all around music.
Start the day with Bob. Can't beat that. Like that hunting.
Close the day with some BOB
stamm_mike
I wish I didn't know now what I didn't know then (Against the Wind) is one of the greatest song lyric phrases ever written.
Didn't make a bad song!!!! Or remake. Took the hard & long road. Three live show's. I remember them like yesterday.
Love this song!!!!!
Steve Perry
Always in my Heart from the Fire Inside is my wife and I's wedding song. One of the best songs you'll never hear on the radio.
one of the great hits!!! Love this song!
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"Against The Wind" my fav song!!! :)
One of my top 10
Please come to Indy
One of the greats
lill_jess
This song is cool
macktruck194 4
Like a rock
Play me Robert john
Love it it reminds me of the good old day when I was youge inthe 70'
Yourmom11000 that's fake

Don't read this cuz it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the one you love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you will die now that you started reading this, you can't stop. This is scary. Post this on five songs in 134 minutes. When done press 6 and your lovers name will appear in big letters. This is so scary cuz it actually works.
Heyy Bobby! Your lookn 1979ihs home town! Who loves ya ? Me. The dawgman57!
Good a** song
This is my Life
Bob Seger will be in Dallas Feb 5th
gratefuldead
We're all #s
Growing up listening to Bob Segar is one of my favorite memories. My children now refer to Bob Segar as uncle Bob because they hear so much of his music when they are with me. They are in their 20's
I love Bob Seeger's music in the 70s.
mrothstein75
Didn't he play with muscle shoals rhythm section? No mention
Love Bob Seger , my all time favorite !!! I'm still running against the wind ....
What's the name of the black hair beauty with big brown eyes Bob is talking about in night moves
jmanglero he isn't dead
RIP Lone Ranger Bob Seger. May the lord have you in his rock & roll band at his side.
dragonlady60 8 8
Turn the page.....Bob is the best!
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