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My friend Robin and I will be going too...maybe Rich too if we are really lucky! I just hope the tkts aren't too expensive.


As Willie Nelson is to Austin?


Oy! You leave Gary outta this woman!

- Martin


They quit playing Gary Glitter at all the hockey games here when the Sharks score...

Tom S.

A true Seger fan should be able to spell his name, you know....

And yes, I saw him in 1986 at the Joe. Great show. I'm not a huge fan, but I am a fan, nonetheless.

"Took a bead on the northern plains and just rolled that power on."


from the dte. news today...

Bob Seger fans, at last, you can save the date: Seger will perform his first Detroit area show in a decade at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20 at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Palace box office and all Ticketmaster locations. Ticket prices will be announced early next week.

There will certainly be at least one more show added as soon as the first one sells out, although nobody's confirmed yet how many Detroit-area shows Seger will do, or even where any additional shows would be.

It's still possible that Seger would play a venue in the city of Detroit as well. Stay tuned.


Now wait a minute Martin----there is NO ONE GREATER than BOB SEGER!!!!!!!!!!!!
I sure wouldn't kick him out of bed for eating crackers!
LMAO LMAO!!!!!!!!!!
How are "things" coming????

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