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Bob Seger releases single on iTunes
DETROIT – Bob Seger’s newest single is now available on Apple Computer Inc.’s iTunes Music Store, ending his long holdout from the world of digital music downloads.
“Wait For Me,” Seger’s first single off his upcoming album “Face The Promise,” debuted Tuesday on the popular online service.
Seger’s manager, Ed “Punch” Andrews, said Wednesday that he is working with Capitol Records on a licensing agreement to release more of Seger’s catalog online.
Andrews said they’ve long avoided iTunes and the singles market because they believe Seger’s songs are meant to be listened to as part of complete albums.
Other holdouts include the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Metallica and Radiohead. The Red Hot Chili Peppers finally said they would release their catalog to iTunes in March.
Seger’s first studio album in 11 years is due in stores Sept. 12.
The Detroit native has sold nearly 50 million albums in his career. The classic rocker is known for his hits “Night Moves,” “Old Time Rock and Roll” and “Like a Rock,” among others. He won a Grammy in 1980 for “Against the Wind” and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.