Bob Seger Plans To Retire From Touring

(Gibson) Bob Seger famously described the rigors of the road in his song "Turn The Page" but the 67-year-old rock legend is now talking about closing the book on touring. Gibson reports:

Bob Seger is known for his live show, but the Michigan musician says he might take a step back from touring soon. Seger, who just launched his latest North American tour with his Silver Bullet Band, says he's "definitely nearing the end" of his touring days, according to Canada's QMI Agency.

"I can't see myself doing this when I'm 70," said Seger, 67. "I've had a wonderful, wonderful run and my audiences have just kept coming and it's really nice but all good things have come to an end."

The rocker is currently working on a new studio release, which means he might be forced to head out on the road again soon, delaying his retirement plans. "If [the album does well], then we might tour another year," he said. "We'll see." more on this story

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