LIVE: Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band

Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band put the "night moves" on San Diego at Viejas Arena on Feb. 25, with Heartless Bastards opening.

21 photos
1/21
John Hancock
Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band headlined Viejas Arena on Feb. 25.
2/21
John Hancock
The legendary singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist had the at-capacity crowd on their feet the entire time.
3/21
John Hancock
Cincinnati, Ohio-based alt-country rock band Heartless Bastards opened the show.
4/21
John Hancock
In 1973, Seger put together the Silver Bullet Band with a group of musicians in Detroit, Michigan.
5/21
John Hancock
6/21
John Hancock
In 1976, he achieved national success with his album, "Night Moves."
7/21
John Hancock
8/21
John Hancock
Seger has recorded many hits including "Night Moves," "Turn the Page," "We've Got Tonight" and "Against the Wind."
9/21
John Hancock
10/21
John Hancock
Another hit, "Shakedown," was written for the film, "Beverly Hills Cop II."
11/21
John Hancock
12/21
John Hancock
He also co-wrote the Eagles' No. 1 hit "Heartache Tonight."
13/21
John Hancock
14/21
John Hancock
He may arguably be most well-known for his iconic song "Like a Rock," which ran for years in Chevrolet television commercials.
15/21
John Hancock
16/21
John Hancock
He let Chevrolet use the song to explicitly support struggling American automobile workers in Detroit.
17/21
John Hancock
Heartless Bastards formed in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 2003.
18/21
John Hancock
The band is often compared to fellow Ohioans the Black Keys.
19/21
John Hancock
Originally a garage-rock band, they've incorporated a rootsier alt-country sound on recent recordings.
20/21
John Hancock
The band's latest album, "Arrow," was released on Partisan Records in February 2012 and was produced by Spoon drummer, Jim Eno.
21/21
John Hancock
Singer Erika Wennerstrom says the band's name came from a trivia game, which asked the name of Tom Petty's backing band -- one of the options was "Tom Petty & the Heartless Bastards."
Contact Us