Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band Bristow VA Tickets
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band Bristow VA tickets sales started on February 22 and from the looks of it, it’ll be another sold-out event. “Roll Me Away Tour” is the 73-year old legend’s farewell run that started in November 2018 and 22 concerts witnessed jam-packed attendances. Those who’ve attended the shows in their cities claim that Bob Seger and company have pushed the pedal on the performances, hitting the stage with high octane renditions and an exceptional brand of old time rock n roll. The night brings with it some welcome surprises as well so make sure you join The Little Drummer Boy on this last hurrah.
We’ve Got Tonight – Who Needs Tomorrow
It’s a curtain call for five decades’ long service to the music fans. Through all of this vanity, all this insanity, Bob Seger followers have stuck around and they are now gearing up to bid farewell to the pop rock icon who not just belted out his own hits but also shined as a songwriter.
Bob Seger in live concert, one last time, is not an opportunity anyone would want to miss out on. Hurry to secure those Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band Bristow VA tickets now and treat yourself to a night full of bluesy rasp and infectious purring of The Fire Down Below singer. Seger’s live shows are spellbinding and his iconic voice touches the soul.
Bob Seger’s Detroit upbringing has produced some stellar songs, full of grit and grime. “Turn the Page” along with “Shame On The Moon,” “In Your Time” and “Night Moves” make the set-list as these are some of the many songs that propelled him to international fame.
A prolific singer and songwriter, Seger doesn’t end the night without remembering the colleagues that he lost. In a touching interlude he pays tribute to Glenn Frey by covering Bob Dylan’s song “Forever Young” and honors the icons Stevie Ray Vaughn, Tom Petty, Aretha Franklin, Chuck Berry, Prince and B.B. King with the track “I’ll Remember You”.
The 14-piece Silver Bullet Band backs him on the tour and the over two-hour event marks celebration of a 58-year legacy. He’s handing over the reins to the likes of Eminem and Kid Rock – his own words, and enjoying the last stages of his incredible career.