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Bob Seger Plays 'Detroit Made' on 'Jimmy Kimmel'
In support of his latest album, Ride Out, Bob Seger performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday night. The grizzled rocker was supported by a massive band, including five horn players and three backup singers. Watch their cover of John Hiatt's "Detroit Made" below:
Seger, now 69 years old, is best known for his work with the Silver Bullet Band -- their albums from the '70s and '80s consistently reached the top 10 on the Billboard 200 and regularly went multi-platinum. Ride Out is the singer's first release since Face The Promise in 2006.
Seger is a proud product of Motor City, so it's not surprising that he played a song titled "Detroit Made." He was cheerful and enthusiastic throughout the performance, periodically pointing to various members of his band to highlight whatever they happened to be playing at the time. Seger begins a 23-city tour this November.