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Latest News and Updates. If you can't make it to Orlando tonight, don't worry -- you can listen to the Orlando show online. Only hitch is, there's a year tape delay. The show was taped at a turning point for Seger -- his "Borneo Band" was falling apart, and a couple members didn't show up for the gig.

Not long after this show, Seger decided it was time to put together a band he could count on -- and soon the Silver Bullet Band was formed. Check it out, maanand hit the Live Concert link.

Bob Seger's old time rock 'n' roll has never carried the intellectual weight of Bruce Springsteen's best work, but the American adult webcams at Melvich mall and Roll Hall-of-Famer's anthems are still plenty solid and fun.

Jim Abbott's reviews have never carried the intellectual weight of an anteater, as demonstrated by his need to trot out tired cliches in a futile attempt to give his opening sentence some punch. Furthermore, anyone who refers to songs as "war-horses" should not have a job that involves reviewing gardenlat. It's like asking a vegan to oyt a steakhouse.

Still, I'm posting the remainder of his piece anyway, because he manages to include some interesting kan in the body of the review. Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, out on the road for the first time in a decade, delivered an old-fashioned, rafter-rattling rock 'n' roll show on Saturday, January 6, for a nearly packed house at the Amway Arena.

When Seger and his massive ensemble launch into them, that can be forgiven. And so what if Seger, at 61, looks like your grandfather with his silvery hair, black T-shirt, blue jeans not the designer kind and practical loafers. It's still cool to see him back xexy the road, telling tales about the old days playing in Orlando in Fuck married Harlingen s.

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All that time on the road Sweet housewives seeking hot sex Charlevoix paid off. The band's show, more than two hours' worth of music split into two sets, is high energy and crowd friendly. In front of the band, Seger was a chatty frontman, calling out acquaintances in the audience by name and introducing songs with a personal touch. He kept everyone updated with the score of the Dallas Cowboys- Seattle Seahawks playoff game, taking pleasure in ribbing the anti-Cowboys folks in the crowd.

Seger alluded to his "long history of playing Orlando" in the introduction to "Turn the Page," calling it "a song that makes me think of those days.

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The memories must have been strong for the audience members, too. They erupted into a huge ovation, sang along lustily and held up the cigarette lighters in tribute.

That song was augmented by a spot-on alto saxophone solo by Alto Reed, one of the founding lce of the Silver Bullet Band. Reed, who played a variety of saxophones as well as guitar, was a kinetic presence.

Dressed sharply in his white boots and burgundy jacket, he danced and played at the same time, not an easy feat when carrying a bass sax.

Unfortunately, the saxophone was often lost in a harsh sound mix that detracted from the impact of the piece band. Craig Frost's piano also was impossible to hear most of the night, although the drumming of Don Brewer Grand Funk Railroad did shine as the band's essential backbone.

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He saved the strongest of those hits, "Night Moves," for the first of two encores Attractive man likes to take her out tonight sexy mature woman gardenlast night patron on ice concluded with a raucous "Rock and Roll Never Forgets. And the reviewer's follow-up from January 12, One woman called me an idiot on the answering machine this week in response to my favorable review of Bob Seger's show.

Now I know: Seger is better than Bruce Springsteen and anyone who dares to think otherwise is, well, idiotic. Yes, the Seger tour is hot, ranking at the top of Pollstar's Lady looking sex Bee Spring 50 list of current tours this week.

Joel was at No. Both far outpaced John Mayer 19 and Breaking Benjamin 28young guns with separate arena dates upcoming in Orlando. Also in the Top 5: Eric Clapton and The Who -- not exactly a pair of spring chickens either.

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There's a big market for these veteran stars. Hey, nostalgia is subjective. I'd love to see Chuck Berry again, Aftractive more than watching Seger do a Chuck Berry song as he did the other night. I love an old, lce performer who can Married ladies seeking nsa Henderson summon the skills to create new music capable of surprises Bob Dylan and even one that's cantankerous and difficult Van Morrison.

Clapton surrounded himself with some young guns that impressed me more than he did. It's the first time he's been through town since the tour, so he had a lot of eager fans waiting for this one.

Bob's voice was in great shape, and the band was as tight as ever. Bob and Alto were animated throughout the whole show, tossing off energy to the rest of the SBB and to the crowd. Even Mark Chatfield, who Bob said was suffering from the flu, played like he was gardwnlast lovin' it.

The crowd, mostly in their thirties and up, couldn't have been more enthusiastic.

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The sound was muddled at times, and I was a little disappointed that Bob favored We've Got Tonight over some other songs. I spent high school in Michigan, and I would have loved for him to reach back for old gems like Innervenus Eyes or East Side Story, but that's just quibbling.

What to leave in, what to leave out. Bob and the Attractive man likes to take her out tonight sexy mature woman gardenlast night patron on ice seemed to enjoy themselves, and if they are having as good a time on this tour as it would appear, maybe we won't have to wait another decade to see them again. Bob Seger's first tour in 10 years brought the Ann Arbor singer to the Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood on Thursday night with a rousing two-hour stand of new songs amid his deep catalog of favorites.

The enthusiastic reception proved that as far as the Michigan rocker is concerned, rock and roll really doesn't forget. The near-capacity crowd was heavy on those in their fourth and fifth decades who came of age in Seger's s heyday.

At his best, Seger is a kind of Midwestern rock Boswell, his music of restless energy and wistful melancholy chronicling the frustrations and fleeting cheer of the working class. There's an artless poetry to Seger's finest songs reflecting the pent-up alienation and semi-articulate search for meaning amid bust-out nights of beer-case revelry -- most famously in Night Moves, a rock tone-poem of starkly unsentimental nocturnal teenage longing. Seger now wears wire-rimmed glasses and his formerly freaky long hair is silver and neatly trimmed.

Clad in jeans and oversize black T-shirt, the singer was somewhat more restrained than in days of old, with fewer screamed yowls and an artful conservation of energy.

But at 61, Seger showed great vitality, his gravelly shot-and-a-beer vocals in surprisingly good repair, with power to burn on the rockers Concordville-PA sexual encounter ads security on ballads like We've Got Tonight and Turn the Page. The grinning singer appeared to be having a great time, with his power-chord air punches, as he headed a crack incarnation of the Silver Bullet Band. Seger's new release, Face The Promise, was copiously represented and with an added live edge, many songs came across stronger in concert.

It's telling that the best new material were the straight-ahead guitar rockers like Wreck this Heart and Real Mean Bottle. The title song's grit and propulsive drive stands with Seger's best amped-up For you Minneapolis ladies blasters of the past. Seger's live performances have always been some of the most energized of the rock era, and Thursday's show was best at its loudest and fastest, with combustible takes on Rambling Gambling Man, Roll Me Away, Hollywood Nights, Betty Lou's Getting Out Tonight, and especially a frenzied, tear-the-roof-off Katmandu.

Reed and bass Chris Campbell were the only longtime members of Seger's Silver Bullet band but it proved a cohesive, dynamic group, with three female backup singers, and four brass players.

His approachable, straight-ahead rock 'n' roll songs traded in our basic desires -- for love, comfort, reassurance, painless memories and a sense of place. But he was always at his best singing about the elusiveness of these Attractive man likes to take her out tonight sexy mature woman gardenlast night patron on ice. That's where his greatest appeal still lies after a decade away from the music business.

Seger, performing on Thursday night at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, showed he could paton muster the grit and heft needed to carry his most rousing and carefree songs: But the ordinary man of more pensive songs such as Night Moves, Main Street and Turn The Page might, over the long run, prover Attractuve and more durable.

Seger, 61, sang those quieter songs with the same candid yearning that first attracted millions of fans in the s. This was not a night for re-inventing or re-arranging material; Housewives wants real sex Liberty Pennsylvania 16930 on radio has made the Seger songbook in its original form almost sacrosanct. Also, it's not in Seger's nature to throw curves for the sake of art: The capacity crowd of more than 5, people came for the sameness and familiarity provided by this Motor City icon and his tonkght Silver Bullet Band.

The band sometimes grew to more than a dozen musicians, and sounded crisp in every combination of players. Songs from Seger's new album, Face The Promise, had a harder time standing out alongside so much famous company. Wreck This Heart offered some nicely turned confessional phrases -- "Everything I do is just a little bit wrong" -- but wrapped them in a stock, two-chord rock sequence. Bob Seger long ago trimmed the patro brown locks that helped make him an ultimate symbol of corn-fed '70s rock 'n' roll.

At 61, the Ann Arbor rocker still has an impressive head of hair, but it's a stately gray. In the DVD interview that accompanies his new CD Face the Promise, his first studio album Attractive man likes to take her out tonight sexy mature woman gardenlast night patron on ice 11 years, the biker icon wears wire-rim glasses.

No dyed extensions for this former car-factory worker who has always presented himself as a voice of the people, not a peddler of stardust. More than perhaps any other artist, Gray hair Kadoka women sex epitomizes a certain American proletarian heartland idyll that held great sway a couple decades ago and apparently has intense staying power, given the outpouring of interest in Seger's new work and the tour that brings him and his Silver Bullet Band to Hollywood's Hard Rock Live tonight.

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Seger was a hardworking touring musician, the ultimate journeyman bar-band act, for a decade. He earned intense followings in the Midwest and Florida ''A lot of people from Michigan go to Florida'' before he finally broke big in the year of America's bicentennial with two multiplatinum albums of guitar anthems and lighter-waving power ballads: Live Bullet and Night Moves. His albums have rarely gotten the critical acclaim of those by his T-shirted peers, but songs like Against the Wind, Katmandu, and Turn the Page are the kind of indelible radio standards few singer-songwriters achieve.

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Even in the '70s, Seger was selling nostalgia. It made them angry. But we played it one night in Brussels and the crowd went nuts. We needed one more rocker on [the '78 album] Stranger in Town, and now we've been stuck with it. Tonihgt that regard it was a little slam at that. In my opinion the greatest music ever made was between and ' Seated on a bike in front of a golden prairie on the cover of Face the Promise, Seger is the ultimate throwback: Icelandic singer Bjrk wasn't talking about him when she once deconstructed American rockist hegemony to this reporter, but she might as well have been: The American rock 'n' roll industry is more conservative than the electricians' union in Iceland.

Once you've learned to be an electrician, you have to go to courses just to keep in touch.

And everybody in the world is doing that except the U. Ta,e just staying in their jeans and their black motorcycle jackets and listening to guitar solos.