Bob Seger Spring Tickets
The Detroit-hailing Bob Seger has grounded himself in the American musical canon over the past few decades. Inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Song Writers Hall of Fame in 2012, the veteran rock artist is still going strong at age seventy-two. Following a pre-sale sold-out DTE concert, Seger has launched into a nationwide tour with his band. They are expected to tour multiple venues in Texas, including The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Bob Seger Spring tickets are already selling out, given to the centrality of this particular venue. So go ahead and book your tickets soon!
Forty Years of Relevance
Bob Seger’s popularity is testified by the success of his two volumes of Greatest Hits. The first one, released in 1994, sold a staggering six million copies. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, 2003’s Greatest Hits 2 sold a whopping fifty million albums, nearly forty years into his career.
Their old hits are constantly acquiring newer fans. “Night Moves” (1981) is still an oft-requested song on Seger’s live performances given to its timeless treatment of teenage rites of passage and nostalgia that follows. The anthem-like “Rock and Roll Never Forgets” is an account of getting older, and acceptance of one’s old age. With such universal themes, complemented by signature Silver Bullet melodies, the sound created by this iconic group has become a staple of American rock music.
The Runaway Train Tour
Earlier in 2017, Bob Seger was scheduled to perform at the Dream the End (DTE) Studio’s gig in New York. Tickets were completely sold out before they were opened to the general public due to which Seger and his band announced multiple evenings at the DTE to give maximum New Yorkers the opportunity to attend their show. The Runaway Train Tour is, essentially an extension of these gigs. It is a country-wide tour which, among other key locations, is set to visit Texas as well. Bob Seger Spring tickets have now been opened for the public including for their concert at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.