Bob Seger

Bob-SegerRobert Clark “Bob” Seger was born on May 6, 1945. More than Motown came out of Detroit as he would introduce his heartland rock with local success starting with his “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man” in 1969, but it was forming his “Silver Bullet Band” that Seger first struck gold in 1976 with “Night Moves” on the Hit Parade. “Still The Same” followed with “Hollywood Nights” and “We’ve Got Tonight” in 1978. “Fire Lake” and “Against the Wind” brought more gold in 1980 with “Tryin’ To Live My Life Without You” in 1981 and “Shame on the Moon” a year later. “Old Time Rock and Roll” from the film “Risky Business” in 1983 and “Shakedown” from the movie “Beverly Hills Cop 2” in 1987 awarded more gold and also contributed to the bands fame.

Bob Seger the song writer not only contributed to the bands success, but his “Heartache Tonight” also gave the Eagles a number one hit.

Bob Seger was induced into the Rock Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Hit Parade Hall of Fame in 2012.