Although he's still knocking them dead night after night on the road, Bob Seger definitely sees his touring days winding down sooner than later. Seger, who plays Winnipeg's MTS Centre tonight (March 13th), told QMI Agency, "I'm definitely nearing the end. I can't see myself doing this when I'm 70 and I'm going to be 68 in May. 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. . . Of course if the (new) album takes off -- in this day and age, I haven't got a clue -- but if does, then we might tour another year, we'll see." Seger expects to release his new album sometime later this year.
CHECK IT OUT: Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band in 2013 performing "Mainstreet" live in Toledo: