Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty ImagesAll has been quiet on the Bob Seger front for the last several months, but some action apparently is brewing with the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. A message posted Wednesday on the Michigan rocker's Facebook page says, simply, "Big News Coming Soon!"
While the announcement reveals no specifics about what may be brewing with Bob, there's a good chance it may have something to do with the album the 67-year-old singer/songwriter has been working on in recent years. Back in June, Seger told Billboard that he had "five [tunes] that I really, really like" for the project, as well as dozens of other songs more that he was "sifting through."
He further revealed to the magazine that he was considering calling the record Wonderland or Ride Out, which are names of two of the new tracks that are under consideration for the album.
One other project on which fans can expect to hear Seger is John Fogerty's upcoming collaborative album, Wrote a Song for Everyone, which is expected to hit stores early this year. As previously reported, Bob has contributed to a new version of Fogerty's Creedence Clearwater Revival classic "Who'll Stop the Rain" that will appear on the collection.
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