BOB SEGER CATALOG NOW STREAMING
12 PLATINUM/MULTI-PLATINUM ALBUMS MAKE STREAMING DEBUT
Bob Seger’s iconic catalog makes its streaming debut today. The debut includes twelve platinum/multi-platinum albums as well as Seger’s debut album, Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man. Fans can stream their Seger favorites via the following services: Amazon Unlimited, Apple Music, iHeart Radio, Napster, Slacker Radio, and Spotify.
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Today’s debut offers one of the most sought-after catalogs for digital music distribution uniting Seger fans around the world. Ten of Seger’s albums included in today’s launch are now available via digital download for the first time.
The following Bob Seger albums are now available for streaming and digital download:
Like A Rock*
The Fire Inside*
Stranger In Town*
Against The Wind*
Greatest Hits 2*
Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man*
*Previously unavailable for digital download.
Earlier this month, Seger announced he and his Silver Bullet Band will embark on a North American Runaway Train Tour starting in August. The tour was announced June 1st on the heels of his highly anticipated Pine Knob Music Theatre show in Detroit selling out in 9 minutes during the fan club pre-sale. Special guest, Nancy Wilson of Heart, will appear on select dates. Bob Seger fan club members have special access to purchase tickets three days prior to each on-sale. To become a Bullet Club member visit BobSeger.com. Tickets can be purchased at BobSeger.com and LiveNation.com.
Last month, Seger’s Greatest Hits received the RIAA’s Diamond Award commemorating sales of 10 million units. In celebration of the achievement, Capitol Records released Bob Seger’s Greatest Hits as a 2LP, double album, in 150gram and 180gram black vinyl. For a limited time, a 150gram purple vinyl version is available exclusively on BobSeger.com. Seger’s first album on Capitol Records, Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man, was also re-released in 150gram black and for the first time in 150gram blue vinyl.
Seger is an inductee of both the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The 2015 Billboard Legend of Live honoree’s extraordinary catalog has sold over 53 million albums and has earned 13 platinum and 7 multi-platinum RIAA Certified sales awards.