Bob Seger heading out on 23-city tour

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DETROIT — Veteran rocker Bob Seger is going to try out his “Night Moves” once again.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer announced Thursday that he and the Silver Bullet Band are hitting the road for a North American tour in support of the upcoming album, “Ride Out.”

According to Seger’s website, the first leg of the tour begins Nov. 19 in Saginaw and makes nearly two-dozen stops across the U.S. and Canada until a final show in Los Angeles at the end of February. Seger plays Chicago’s United Center Dec. 11, with the J. Geils Band opening the show. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 4 at livenation.com.

“Ride Out” will be released Oct. 14. It’s the 69-year-old Detroit-based singer’s first studio album in eight years.

Seger’s hits include “Old Time Rock And Roll,” ”Night Moves” and “Against The Wind.” —AP

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