Bob Seger will likely open his upcoming concert tour in Michigan — though not in the Detroit area. Sources say he is playing early November dates in Grand Rapids and Saginaw, either of which could be the first show of the tour. The local concerts will probably be December, though no tour dates have been confi rmed. Seger has said he intended to tour since he began promoting “Face the Promise,” his fi rst album in 11 years. After having medical tests last week to make sure he was in road shape, he confirmed his decision Wednesday on “The Late Show with David Letterman.” He also appeared Thursday on ABC’s “The View” — his first daytime TV appearance. Earlier this month, Seger said expected to do 18-21 shows before Christmas, playing every other day. “We’ll go into somewhere in early December and break for Christmas and decide if we want to keep going,” he said. Seger representatives had no word Thursday on when tour dates will be announced. “Face the Promise” came out Sept. 12 and debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. It was No. 11 this week.
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