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Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band to Play BJC

Legendary classic rock artist Bob Seger is bringing his Silver Bullet Band to State College on May 2.

One of the most successful musicians of rock and roll, Seger has recorded 16 studio albums, 10 of them with the Silver Bullet Band. Seger started recording music in 1969, producing a number of hits before he put together the Silver Bullet Band in 1976. He has performed countless top hits, including “Old Time Rock and Roll”, “Still The Same”, and “Shame on the Moon”. This will be his first time playing at the BJC.

The show was announced this morning on 93.7 The BUS (@937thebus), and is scheduled for Thursday, May 2nd at the BJC. Tickets go on sale March 9th, but ticket pricing has not yet been released.

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Penn State 5th-year Materials Science and Engineering student, Onward State Arts Editor, Musician

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