Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band opened the Michigan portion of their Runaway Train Tour on Friday night at the Dow Center in Saginaw Michigan.

With the upcoming release of their new album, Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band have hit the tracks on their Runaway Train Tour. The first Michigan stop brought the band to the Dow Center in Saginaw. 

Playing to a sold-out crowd, Seger was full of energy, smiling ear to ear, and throwing fist pump after fist pump into the air. The Runaway Train Tour is carrying a 15 member Silver Bullet Band including Alto Reed on sax and Rob McNelley on guitar. 

The set consisted of 22 songs spanning his entire catalogue from the past twenty years. Classics like “Night Moves”, “We’ve Got Tonight” and “Old Time Rock and Roll” were intermingled with rarities like “The Fire Inside” and “You’ll Accompany Me”. The tour continues with a one-off show at DTE Energy Theater in Clarkston on Saturday and the final show ever at The Palace of Auburn Hills on September 23, 2017.

The tour continues with a one-off show at DTE Energy Theater in Clarkston on Saturday and the final show ever at The Palace of Auburn Hills on September 23, 2017.

Opening for Seger was Frankenmuth rockers Greta Van Fleet, whose single “Highway Tune” is currently Number 1 on the Billboard Rock Charts. The gang is touring in support of their EP Black Smoke Rising and are considered one of Michigan’s fastest rising new groups.

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Event Date: 07-Sept-2017

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