Famed gonzo music critic Lester Bangs once exclaimed, “I respect Bob Seger as much as almost anybody I can think of in the music business today.” Bangs’s admiration was mostly due to the fact that since the mid-60s, Seger had paid his dues hacking it out in grimy rock bands, most notably Bob Seger & […]
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I admit I wasn’t entirely correct about the “band names with ‘funk’ in them” thing.