Bob Seger announces final tour with Quicken Loans Arena date

He won’t be running against the wind for ever.

After a five-decades-plus career, Bob Seger has announced the upcoming “Travelin’ Man Tour” will be his last. Beginning Nov. 21 in Grand Rapids, Michigan — Seger grew up in that state up north — the tour will give him one more chance to work on his night moves in Cleveland.

Bob Seger
Bob Seger performs in 2012 in Nashville. (Associated Press photos)

Tickets are on sale for the performance by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band’s performance Dec. 6 at Quicken Loans Arena.

Like a rock, Seger seems to have a bit more of that old-time rock ’n’ roll left in him. Soon, though, it will be time to turn the page.

Get tickets and information from this show page from the Q’s website.

Stream of the week: Considering how wonderful both Bon Iver and The National are, it’s hardly surprising I can’t stop listening to the eponymous debut album from Big Red Machine. The band is a collaboration between twin brothers Aaron and Bryce Dessner, members of The National, and Bon Iver leder Justin Vernon. Given that the act features Vernon on vocals, it’s hardly surprising it sounds more like Bon Iver than The National. I don’t think it’s much of a stretch at this point to call the crazy talented Vernon a musical genius — I think Bon Iver’s last release, 2016’s “22, a Million” is brilliant — so anything in which he’s involved is worth exploration. Here’s a taste:

Mark Meszoros long has loved the joke from “The Simpsons” where Lisa wishes Chief Wiggam a nice time seeing Bob Saget. He corrects her, that it’s actually Bob Seger, only to check his actual tickets and become very disappointed. Follow him on Twitter @MarkMeszoros.

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