Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band bring Roll Me Away: The Final Tour to Shoreline

BOB SEGER & THE SILVER BULLET BAND 

ROLL ME AWAY: THE FINAL TOUR 

CELEBRATING FIVE DECADES OF ROCK N ROLL

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Thursday, September 26

Shoreline Amphitheatre

Mountain View, CA

Tickets On Sale Friday, June 7 at 10am at LiveNation.com

San Francisco, CA (May 30, 2019) – Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band are pleased to announce they are adding nine shows to their hugely successful farewell run titled Roll Me Away: The Final Tour, including a stop at the legendary Shoreline Amphitheatre on Thursday, September 26th in Mountain View, CA. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 7th at 10am at LiveNation.com.

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Seger and his Silver Bullet Band kicked off their Roll Me Away Tour in November of last year and have sold out 48 shows in front of more than half a million fans.
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Bob Seger fan club members will have special access to purchase tickets in advance of the scheduled on-sale dates. To become a Bullet Club member, visit BobSeger.com/bulletclub.
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Bob Seger has always stayed true to his legendary sound, effortlessly marrying blues, country, and heartland soul into his trademark brand of Motor City rock ‘n’ roll.   Seger is a GRAMMY® Award-winning multi-talented artist, songwriter, producer, and bandleader whose indelible body of work has affirmed his place in the fabric of American song.  Inducted to both the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame, Seger has sold more than 53 million albums and has earned 13 platinum and 7 multi-platinum RIAA Certified sales awards, including such landmark albums as Beautiful Loser, Live Bullet, Night Moves, Stranger in Town, Against the Wind and Nine Tonight. 
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For additional information on Bob Seger, please visit BobSeger.com.
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Stream your Bob Seger favorites, here.
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Press Quotes
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“While burners like “Old Time Rock & Roll,” the potent one-two punch of “Travelin’ Man/Beautiful Loser” and a marvelous “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man” ratcheted up the energy in the Bridgestone Arena, it was the ballads that best highlighted Seger’s status as an American troubadour.”
– Joseph Hudak, Rolling Stone
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“This was a perfect evening under the stars, with zero disappointments as Seger, 74, exerted the effort of a 20-something superstar. From the beginning, “Shakedown” and “Still the Same” set the stage, followed by a magical performance of “Mainstreet,” the song Seger wrote when he was 16 years old, looking through club windows because he was too young to get in. The smart phones were out, video mode activated – these were moments to remember.”
– Melissa Oyler, Charlotte Observer
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“Seger more than played the genial host, singing his familiar songs with not only a power and passion, but while exhorting the band, and looking into the audience for connection. He clearly seemed to have an honestly good time, and his constant smiling and fist pumping was infectious and genuine…”
– Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press
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“Four songs into Bob Seger’s farewell performance in Atlanta, the friendly man sitting next to me – a first-time Seger concert attendee – proclaimed, “I already got my moneys worth!” Seger had just completed a sturdy take on “Main Street,” complemented by Alto Reed’s chill-inducing saxophone, and a run-through of fiery blues-soul-rockers “Shakedown,” “Still the Same,” and “The Fire Down Below,” so it’s understandable why a fan would feel satiated.”
– Melissa Ruggieri, Atlanta Journal Constitution
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“This is an all-time great, someone who has been with his audience, through five decades, through marriages, divorce, children, job change, life, death and everything that comes with it. And it feels like saying goodbye to a friend. But instead of sadness this was a chance for friends for five decades to say thanks for a hell of a ride.”
– Steve Baltin, Forbes
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“His no-frills passion suggested he might have been the biggest music fan in the building, while his unpretentious demeanor indicated he considered himself no more important than anyone in the crowd… Fueled by upwards of five horns and the lucid, rollicking piano of Craig Frost, the ensemble came across with the resilient spirit…”
– Bob Gendron, Chicago Tribune
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“Seger and company are doing what they’ve always done best – hit the stage, push down the pedal and go, in this case for a high-octane two hours and 22 songs… A night filled with the expected brand of old time rock ‘n’ roll and a few welcome surprises.”
 Gary Graff, Billboard
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