Hall of Fame Essay
He sings that rock & roll never forgets - so, appropriately, Bob Seger- has a clear memory of his first inkling that music might be his life’s pursuit. “My dad made a big deal when I was, like, four years old about the fact that I sang ‘I’m Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover’ in the back of his ’49 Buick,” Seger recalls. “He just went nuts over that. I think that was maybe the very first inclination for me.”
Fifty-four years later, that’s proved to be a sage revelation. Seger has carved out a nearly four decade recording career in which he’s sold almost fifty million albums and launched enduring hits such as “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man,” “Night Moves,” “Turn the Page,” “Hollywood Nights,” “Against the Wind” and “Like a Rock.”
He is the beautiful loser who has sold 50 million records.
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