BOB SEGER releases two remastered live albumsSep 19th, 2011
BOB SEGER is one of the most important rock artist, that influenced todays musicscene. Songs like “Old time Rock and Roll”. We`ve got tonight” and “Against the wind” are still popular. There is a long list of bands that covered BOB SEGERs songs, including bands like Metallica (Turn the Page), Thin Lizzy (Rosalie) and Rod Stewart (Still the Same).
On October 28th 2011 his live albums “Live Bullets” (1976) und “Nine Tonight” (1981) will be released in a remastered version, with a bonus track via EMI. BOB SEGER has sold more than 50 Million albums in his career and was awarded 11 times with platinum and 7 times with multi-platinum in the USA. Each of the now rereleased live albums have sold over 5 million times.
Originally released in 1976, Live Bullet was recorded at Cobo Hall in BOB SEGER’s hometown of Detroit, Michigan. The album has sold over five million copies and features 14 classics, including “Turn The Page,” “Travelin’ Man/Beautiful Loser,” “Katmandu,” plus a live bonus track exclusive to this newly remastered edition, a rare recording of “I Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home” from Seger’s sold out first stadium show at the Pontiac Silverdome.
Originally released in 1981, Nine Tonight was also recorded, in part, at Detroit’s Cobo Hall, as well as at Boston’s Boston Garden. The five-times platinum album features 16 live hits, including “Old Time Rock And Roll,” “Night Moves,” and “Hollywood Nights,” plus a live bonus track exclusive to this newly remastered edition, “Brave Strangers.”