N/A from New York, New York
JUST GETS BETTER
After seeing Seger at concerts over 40 years, it's hard to believe that he could go out with a bang this strong. Great set list with commentary that highlights song, tour, and Seger history. Incredible musicians joining him on stage. Very good warm up band with a signature song that every NYC person should learn.
Kitty from New York, New York
Just great energy, total connection with the audience, loving tribute to fallen rock heroes, superb rock n roll for two+ hours and two encores. All the greatest hits. The entirety of MSG were on their feet the whole time. Was pure joy -- and what a band! Huge talent across the board.
Nick From Irvine California from San Francisco, California
One of the great rock ‘n’ roll voices in history and also his powerhouse Silver bullet band you can’t see how much fun they are having up there and their enthusiasm and energy rubs off on you . It What is my 20th time I’ve seen him and I like to go see him 20 more times fantastic as usual
Bruce from Boise, Idaho
STILL BRINGS A QUALITY SHOW
1st time I have ever seen the legend, and at 73 years old he put on a quality walk down memory lane although he struggled with some of the notes. To be expected! Thoroughly enjoyed the show! Rock and Roll Never Forgets!
Jonathan from Massapequa Park, NY
GREAT SHOW FOR AN ARTIST WHO CAN'T CUT IT VOCALLY ANYMORE
Bob Seger was on my bucket list of artists whom I've never seen but still wanted to. Suffered in the rain to see him, he put on a great show, but has obviously lost that fantastic rasp and gone are the high screeches (after 50 years of this, it's no surprise). The show was still a glossy trip through his catalog of hits (of which there are SO many) and thoroughly professional. Glad this is his last tour, he deserves to retire with his rep intact.
Mark Smith from Kansas City, Missouri
Having seen Seger many times even back when nobody knew who he was this concert was good for a 73 year old but not even close to his past ones. Unfortunately Bob has lost his raspy singing voice and sometimes his voice cut out when trying to hit the high notes completely .The sound operator was a complete disaster and should be sent packing. Unlike his last concert here that was excellent, the sound went from the music drowning out the singers to the completely opposite . Bob Seger will always be a legend but it's finally time to admit he can't rock like he used to.
Barry from Vancouver, British Columbia
ANOTHER LOST GREAD ONE
Unfortunately, Bob was not at his best. As well, his sound mixers did not do him any justice at all. Instead of assisting him by giving him some volume, they tweaked his mic down below the level of the band - all but erasing what, at least, could have been been, a voice that we could hear. We have been at many concerts at Rogers' Arena and the acoustics are awesome, especially in the back - not so with Bob. We had to leave after the 5th song, because we just could not hear a single word he was singing and we didn't want to lose our definition of a great rocker.
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