About four months ago, Bob Seger went down to Nashville to record a song he'd written about his late friend Glenn Frey. The sparse, tender "Glenn Song" recounts their long friendship. Instead of releasing it on a future album, Seger decided to give it away to mark the one-year anniversary of Frey's death. You can listen to the track below. Rolling Stone
Night Moves is released. Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band go from regional favorites to international successes. The title track reached No. 4 on the Billboard charts and the album has since gone 6x platinum.
Capitol rejects the album. Bob and Punch decide to bring Night Moves back to Capitol's radio team to rally support. Steve Meyer secretly taped the music as it was being played and took it to Paul Drew, who programmed all the RKO Top 40 radio stations in the country. If Paul liked one of your songs, it was guaranteed to become a hit. Two minutes in to listening to the... View details ⇨
Under the "Hard To Believe It's True" category, Bob and the Silver Bullet Band tour across the country as a special guest to KISS. The band delivers night after night, leading to encores for the painted-faced crowd.
"Bob always made us work harder." Paul Stanley
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