Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Bob Seger updates health status following tour postponement

Bob Seger is sharing an update on his health after recently postponing the remaining dates on his Runaway Train tour “to attend to an urgent medical issue concerning his vertebrae.”

“Bob is on the road to recovery after undergoing surgery on Friday to address the medical issue causing the postponement of his tour,” posted the singer’s team to his social media sites on October 23. “According to his doctors. the surgery ‘couldn’t have gone better.’

"Bob wants to thank all his fans for the outpouring of well wishes and support. We hope to have news regarding dates for the tour soon.”

Seger launched the 2017 North American shows in Toledo, OH on August 24.

19 concerts in total were postponed recently, with rescheduled dates to be announced when available.

The Detroit rocker will release a new album, “I Knew You When”, on November 17.

The package features eight Seger originals and covers of tunes by Lou Reed and Leonard Cohen.

Bob Seger
“I Knew You When”

Release date: November 17

01. "Gracile"
02. "Busload of Faith"
03. "The Highway"
04. "I Knew You When"
05. "I'll Remember You"
06. "The Sea Inside"
07. "Marie"
08. "Runaway Train"
09. "Something More"
10. "Democracy"
11. "Forward Into The Past" (Deluxe Album only)
12. "Blue Ridge" (Deluxe Album only)
13. "Glenn Song" (Deluxe Album only)

See also:

Bob Seger streams Lou Reed cover from new album I Knew You When
Bob Seger halts tour to address urgent medical issue
Bob Seger catalog now available via streaming services
Bob Seger announces North American tour
Search Bob Seger at hennemusic