Get in your car, turn on the radio, and start flipping the dial. No matter where you are, it won't be long until you run across a song by Bob Seger. From classic rock to adult contemporary and even reaching into country formats, Seger's unmistakable voice has established itself a true American classic and a constant presence on the airwaves. As a songwriter, his compositions have been covered by artists from Metallica to Garth Brooks to Tina Turner. Meanwhile, Chevrolet's use of the Detroit native's song "Like a Rock" to promote their trucks is now one of the longest-running advertising campaigns in history. With a career spanning almost 40 years and nearing 50 million albums sold, Bob Seger is one of rock & roll's most enduring icons.
Fittingly for an artist whose best-known song, "Night Moves," was inspired by a viewing of George Lucas's film American Graffiti, and whose "Old Time Rock & Roll" created an unforgettable air-guitar moment for Tom Cruise in Risky Business. Seger's timeless catalog continues to sell week in and week out, a tribute to the universal emotions and clear-eyed observations captured in his best work. With hit records now spanning five decades, Bob Seger is a genuine voice of our rock & roll heartland.
In the winter of 2005 SILVER BULLET was born. The group has begun establishing itself quickly procuring national shows with nationally known events such as Sturgis 2006 & 2007, Daytona Bike Week, Boogie Fest 2006, and Chicago's Windy City Motor Fest, as well as, the nationís top venues. The group is made of 5 members. Complete with four part vocal harmonies, keyboards, and the lead singer playing an acoustic guitar just like the real Bob Seger. Outside of the groups many talented abilities they also achieve a look that is just as prominent to the show as the music. The lead singer is a spot on the match for Bob Seger complete with Segerís well known costumes. SILVER BULLET will give you the sights & sounds that not only will top your idea of what a tribute to the legendary Seger would be, but also your idea of what a true tribute to any act should strive for.