Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band (Author of Hollywood Nights)
Hollywood Nights [Live]
The Police undertake huge album reissue campaign. Brian Setzer rocks this Christmas with splatter vinyl releases. Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet band perform in concert. A year-old Bob Seger is in the middle of his Farewell tour, signifying the finish of a spectacular performing career. What kept you going all of those years in the face of all the obstacles you faced? So we were able to make a little bit of money. No matter where we played we never got a tepid reaction.
Welcome once again to Music Friday when we bring you fabulous songs with jewelry, gemstones or precious metals in the title or lyrics. This hard-driving anthem is about a Midwestern boy who moves to the West Coast and falls head over heels for a gorgeous big city girl. Drummer David Teegarden played one pattern for the initial session, and then recorded a second pattern using different a different snare, kick-drum, hit-hat, etc. It reached 12 on the U. Billboard Hot chart and became an instant favorite of concert-goers. She stood there bright as the sun On that California coast He was a Midwestern boy on his own She looked at him with those soft eyes So innocent and blue He knew right then he was too far from home He was too far from home She took his hand and she led him along that golden beach They watched the waves tumble over the sand They drove for miles and miles Up those twisting turning roads Higher and higher and higher they climbed.
Bob Seger doesn't do the things most rock stars do. He's aged naturally, allowing his hair to gray and his waistline to expand. He's never released a box set, a memoir, deluxe editions of his own albums, a documentary about his career or even a DVD.
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Photo by Tom Collins, Rocknshots Live. Hollywood Nights are the real deal -- as close to a Bob Seger concert as you can get. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help.
It was released in as the second single from his album, Stranger in Town. The single edit reached No. A live version from the in-concert album Nine Tonight in was issued in the UK as a single and charted at No. I said 'Let's write a song about a guy from the Midwest who runs into someone like this and gets caught up in the whole bizarro thing. The song was one of many California related songs played throughout "Sunshine Plaza" in the original Disney California Adventure. The song appeared in the rhythm game Guitar Hero World Tour. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.