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Bob Seger unveils ‘Promise’ for new album
Bob Seger will release his first studio album in 11 years Sept. 12, when Capitol Records ships the singer’s “Face the Promise” to stores.
The interval between “Face the Promise” and Seger’s last full-length album, 1995’s “It’s a Mystery,” is the longest in the 61-year-old singer’s career. The new album’s initial single is titled “Wait For Me.”
“It’s a pretty high-energy rock record,” Seger recently told USA Today. “I would say it’s more rock ‘n’ roll than usual. I wrote a lot of songs, a lot of songs. I probably recorded about 30, but the best songs happened to be more rock-leaning”
Seger–a 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee–began his recording career almost 40 years ago, when he released “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man” with his then-current band, The Bob Seger System. Seger went on to record more than a dozen albums, most with his longtime backing band, The Silver Bullet Band, and notch lifetime album sales of nearly 50 million.
Seger’s 1994 “Greatest Hits” compilation has sold more than 7 million copies to date, and has remained on the Billboard Pop Catalog charts for an unbroken 600-week run.