Bob Seger's new 'Ride Out' album is a Top 5 hit in the U.S., but it looks like it won't even have a chance to top the Australian charts.
The extensive series of tour dates Bob Seger has lined up in support of his new hit record 'Ride Out' won't begin until late November, which means he'll be home to enjoy Halloween with his family.
Country star and Bob Seger fan Jason Aldean will have a night to remember Oct. 28, when he takes the stage alongside Seger for a taping of 'CMT Crossroads.'
Bob Seger turns 70 next year, so when he decided to title his first new album in eight years 'Ride Out,' he must have known on some level that it would cause some speculation regarding his long-term career plans.
The last time Bob Seger released an album, 2006's 'Face the Promise,' he was coming off an 11-year break from recording and a 15-year absence from the Top 10.
Bob Seger is hitting the road for a North American tour that will include nearly two dozen stops in support of his first album since 2006
Last month, Bob Seger announced that his long-awaited new album, 'Ride Out,' will come out on Oct. 14.
Just a few days after Bob Seger unveiled the first song from his upcoming album, the legendary rocker has announced the release date for the record.
Bob Seger has released a new single named 'Detroit Made,' taking another step closer to releasing his first album of all-new material since 2006's 'Face the Promise.'