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Who is better Bruce or Bob Seger?

Who is better Bruce or Bob Seger?

Bob Seger is a better pure singer and sure had some great years and at least one undeniable classic album, but Springsteen lapped him in 1975 and has kept lapping him regularly ever since.

Are Bob Seger and Bruce Springsteen friends?

You and Bruce are longtime friends. I’ve always had tremendous respect for Bruce. I’ve seen a lot of his shows, taken my family to a lot of them.

What is Bob Seger’s number one hit?

Shakedown
Seger’s biggest hit of all time is the lead single from the 1987 film Beverly Hills Cop II, “Shakedown,” which earned the rock star his first (and only) No. 1 hit on the Hot 100 chart (dated Aug. 1, 1987).

Did Bruce Springsteen ever have a number one hit?

Bruce Springsteen has only ever written one number one single, and while the track occupies a special place in his heart, the version that reached the top of the hit parade leaves a sour taste in the mouth of The Boss.

Where is Bob Seger today?

Seger lives mainly at his home in Orchard Lake Village, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit.

What was Bob Seger’s first album?

Brand New Morning
Bob Seger/First album

What is Bob Seger’s favorite song?

My 30 Favorite Bob Seger Songs

30 30.Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Night Moves (1976) “Ship of Fools”
4 4.The Bob Seger System Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man (1969) “Ramblin Gamblin Man”
“Ramblin Gamblin Man”
3 3.Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Stranger in Town (1978) “Old Time Rock and Roll”
“Old Time Rock and Roll”

Will Bob Seger ever perform again?

Seger and Silver Bullet played extensively in 2019 as part of the Roll Me Away Tour, which was billed at the time as “a final tour” but with no firm end date ever announced. “You know, I’ve had a great life, oh my goodness,” Seger said as he elaborated on the end of his touring career.

Will Bob Seger tour again in 2021?

Workin’ on His Night Moves Again in 2021! We want to help you catch the Bob Seger 2021 tour live at a venue near you, so you can say adieu to one of the greatest showmen in rock and roll history.