Second Encore. Great show! Go see it! If you want to see more of Bob there are 18 more Seger videos on my channel from 2011 and 2013 shows http://www.youtube.com/openwheel9
The first song of the first encore. This was Bob's first show of the tour. He wasn't sure what to expect as he explains. When you get old you wonder if your body can still do what the mind wants to do. Bob came through and put on a fantastic show.
Eric and Vince team up on a great song "Nobody knows you when you're down and out". Two great freiends having a great time on stage. 23
Eric and band have taken this song to the next level. There was so much energy generated the crowd could hardly contain themselves. ...and Eric had a great time with it. You can tell when Willy and Steve start smiling when Eric starts "feeling it". He was definitely "feelin it". Just watch the leg bouncing at 160 tempo and the side squirming he does. I have seen Eric many times and tonight was his perfect hour. Go see this guy before he retires!
This was the last concert of the 2013 US tour before Eric Clapton starts up his 2013 Crossroads Festival at MSG. During the last song guess who stepped up to the stage in street clothes grabbed a guitar and joined in. Jakob Dylan was almost in tears he was so thankful. I found out later it was unrehearsed and unplanned. At the very last show of the tour Eric shows up to join in and brought the house down as only Eric Clapton can. It set the stage for the rest of the night.... See more Clapton from that night on my channel.
A little bit of a raggae twist to this favorite sad song. Watch him feel this song!
I haven't seen this live in years. What a treat! He lays it out there for the first song of the encore and lays it out well. Doyle shares the vocals very well. One of the greatest riffs of all time.
Joe Walsh as only Uncle Joe can be... If you have a chance to see this show, do yourself a favor and go. These guys give it all. One of the greatest rock/coutnry bands of all time. How so many superstars can be on one stage and do it for so many years amazes me. They are definitely the dream team of Country Rock and Roll. Go See Them!