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Bob Seger

He's a father now, but triumphant return shows he's still a rocker

W W (CLAY PATRICK McBRIDE)
By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / January 26, 2007

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When Bob Seger laughs, it sounds exactly as you might it imagine it would. It's a deep, rusty chuckle that starts in his belly and fights its way through the nicotine-coated throat famous for a whole mess of songs familiar to anyone who has ever listened to a classic-rock station or seen a truck commercial. (Full article: 1313 words)

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