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'''Robert Clark "Bob" Seger''' (b. May 6, 1945) is a popular [[American]] [[Rock music|rock]] musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, and pianist. Seger started as a locally popular [[Detroit]]-area artist and performed and recorded under the names "Bob Seger and the Last Heard" and "The Bob Seger System" during the 1960s. Seger then relocated to Detroit and formed "The Silver Bullet Band" in 1973. He has co-written and performed many hits such as his extremely popular signature song "Old Time Rock n' Roll" and major hits such as "Night Moves" and "Against the Wind". He was inducted into the [[Rock and Roll Hall of Fame]] in 2004. Seger has had a career spanning five decades and still currently performs, with his most recent tour taking place in 2010.
Seger started out in a three-piece band called The Decibels with two classmates from his Ann Arbor [[high school]] in 1961. They recorded "The Lonely One" which was Seger's first original song and it was aired on an Ann Arbor radio station. After the Decibels disbanded, Seger joined The Town Criers, singing lead vocals. The band began covering popular songs and started to gain popularity. After the Town Criers gained popularity, Seger met a man named Doug Brown with a band called the Omens. Seger joined the band. Though Brown was the primary lead singer, Seger would take the lead on some of their cover versions of songs. This was when Seger would first appear on an officially released recording, "TGIF", backed with "First Girl".