Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band will be, as the song says, on the road again this fall.
As expected, Seger's camp has confirmed a second leg of his 2011 North American Tour, which played to more than 350,000 fans during the spring -- including three May dates at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
No dates have been announced for the fall leg yet, but there will be shows in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Tampa, Orlando, Dallas, Denver and Vancouver, among others.
The Detroit area is not mentioned in the announcement, but Seger and company are expected to play some home town shows as well.
Before the Palace dates, Seger lamented that "there are so many places we didn't play" during the spring and predicted he and the band would be back in the fall. "It's going so well and everybody is so positive on it, we are considering maybe two months, like late October to late December, just before Christmas," he said.
Seger, who turned 66 in May, has also hinted that he might just pack it in as a touring act after this year. "I've been doing this a long time," he noted. "I don't know if I want to do this when I'm 67, you know?"
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