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Seger's solid as a rock for Resch debut

11:12 AM, Mar. 8, 2013

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There was a lot of "See if you can remember this one ...'' from Bob Seger as he mined such '70s albums as "Night Moves," "Stranger in Town'' and "Bullet Live'' for a stellar greatest-hits showcase Thursday night at the Resch Center.

But even without decades of practice - it was the 67-year-old Michigan everyman's first ever arena show in Green Bay - a soldout crowd of 8,346 knew them all. Not just the songs, but every word of the haunting "Turn the Page,'' as they sang along to the the 1971 hit Seger told them he wrote at a truck stop in Eau Claire. It brought the biggest standing ovation of the night and a ...

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