While we wait for word on Bob Seger's brand new album, he's planning a couple of re-releases to prime fans for his fall tour.
On Sept. 13, Seger will reissue his two live albums -- 1976's "Live Bullet" and 1981's "Nine Tonight," both recoded all or partially at Detroit's Cobo Arena -- with a bonus track on each. "Live Bullet," which as sold more than five million copies, will feature "I Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody's Home, which was recorded June 26, 1976 at the Pontiac Silverdome (then known as the Pontiac Metropolitan Stadium).
The quadruple-platinum "Nine Tonight," meanwhile, will add a version of "Brave Strangers" that was originally released on the B-side of the single "Tryin' to Live My Life Without You."
Both titles have been remastered and will feature updated packaging. A special box set with a T-shirt will be available at select retailers.
Seger is currently working on his first set of all-new material since 2006's "Face the Promise," though no title or release date have been set. He's announced a fall tour with his Silver Bullet Band, but only one date -- Nov. 13 at the Orlando Calling festival in Florida -- has been announced.