Bob Seger definitely worked hard to get to the top of the rock pile. Always a favorite in the Detroit area clubs and radio stations, it took Seger 15 years to achieve lasting fame. He finally broke nationally with “Live Bullet”, which was recorded before a hometown audience at Detroit’s Cobo Arena. Critic Dave Marsh would call Live Bullet “one of the best live albums ever made” and that Seger sounded “like a man with one last shot at the top.”
He always loves playing Boston, and recorded part of his live album “Nine Tonight” at the old Boston Garden in October of 1980.
Bob Seger live in Boston 1978.