About Bob Seger
It has been calculated that the overall amount of the current Bob Seger net worth is as much as 45 million dollars. Bob Seger is a well known name in music, where besides being a singer, he is also a song writer, piano and guitar player. He became a well known name in the end of the 70s, when he created a couple of well known songs. His most well known songs include “Night Moves”, “Old Time Rock and Roll” and “Turn the Page”. The sales of his songs have also added up to the total size of Bob Seger net worth. In fact, the song called “Old Time Rock and Roll” is considered as the second most-played jukebox song of all time.
The musician was born in Michigan in 1945 and his full birth name is Robert Clark Seger. Bob Seger became more known when he created a group called “The Silver Bullet Band”. In addition to making him famous, the band also served as one of the main sources of increasing the overall estimate of Bob Seger net worth. Bob Seger got involved into music industry when he became a member of some local rock bands. Before he became such a well known musician, Bob Seger was playing in many local bars and clubs till he finally landed his first record contract.
In 1974 he began to perform with the band he created called “The Silver Bullet Band”. The band made him famous internationally, especially with the releases of two albums in one year – in 1976, the albums being called “Live Bullet” and “Night Moves”. Thus, the sales of his albums have also added up to the total amount of Bob Seger net worth.
Bob Seger eventually established his name as one of the most popular and successful song writers as well as greatest musicians of rock and roll music. This position of him was secured even more with hits, such as “Turn the Page”, “Night Moves” and “We’ve Got Tonight”. Bob Seger was also known to hire out-of-work musicians from Detroit to work with him.
He has been involved into music business for more than 5 decades and during this time a huge part of Bob Seger net worth has been accumulated. The most popular themes of his songs are love, women and relationships. In 2004 his name was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and in 2012 his name was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.