Tag: Bob Seger

Monday 6pm ET: Feature Artist – Bob Seger


Robert Clark Seger (born May 6, 1945) is an American singer, songwriter and musician. As a locally successful Detroit-area artist, he performed and recorded as Bob Seger and the Last Heard and Bob Seger System throughout the 1960s, breaking through with his first album, Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man (which contained his first national hit of the same name) in 1968. By the early 1970s, he had dropped the ‘System’ from his recordings and continued to strive for broader success with various other bands. In 1973, he put together the Silver Bullet Band, with a group of Detroit-area musicians, with whom he became most successful on the national level with the album Live Bullet (1976), recorded live with the Silver Bullet Band in 1975 at Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan. In 1976, he achieved a national breakout with the studio album Night Moves. On his studio albums, he also worked extensively with the Alabama-based Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, which appeared on several of Seger’s best-selling singles and albums.

A roots rocker with a classic raspy, powerful voice, Seger wrote and recorded songs that deal with love, women, and blue-collar themes and is an example of a heartland rock artist. Seger has recorded many hits, including “Night Moves”, “Turn the Page”, “Still the Same”, “We’ve Got Tonite”, “Against the Wind”, “You’ll Accomp’ny Me”, “Hollywood Nights”, “Shame on the Moon”, “Like a Rock”, and “Shakedown”, the last of which was written for the 1987 film Beverly Hills Cop II and topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Seger also co-wrote the Eagles’ number-one hit “Heartache Tonight”, and his recording of “Old Time Rock and Roll” was named one of the Songs of the Century in 2001.

With a career spanning six decades, Seger has sold more than 75 million records worldwide, making him one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time. Seger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012. Seger was named Billboard’s 2015 Legend of Live honoree at the 12th annual Billboard Touring Conference & Awards, held November 18–19 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York. He announced his farewell tour in September 2018.

Friday 12am ET: Feature LP: Bob Seger – Ultimate Hits: Rock and Roll Never Forgets (2011)

Ultimate Hits: Rock and Roll Never Forgets is a compilation album by American rock singer–songwriter Bob Seger. The double-disc album was released on November 21, 2011, and contains 26 remastered tracks from throughout Seger’s career, which spans more than four decades. Included are the original mono version of “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man”, Seger’s first hit with The Bob Seger System from 1968, the classic Christmas song “The Little Drummer Boy” from 1987’s A Very Special Christmas, which makes its first appearance on a Seger album, and previously unreleased cover versions of Tom Waits’ “Downtown Train” and Little Richard’s “Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey (Going Back to Birmingham).” There is also a Walmart exclusive edition that includes the bonus track “Living Inside My Heart,” a song from the soundtrack of the 1986 film About Last Night…, which has also never before been released on any Bob Seger album. Two songs on this compilation album are edited compared to the original releases: “We’ve Got Tonight” is the single edit, which is about one minute shorter than the album version, and “Katmandu” is a newly edited version which omits the second verse, making the song also about one minute shorter compared to the original album version. In the US it was certified gold and platinum in June 2013 by the RIAA.

This compilation is the closest Seger has come to the release of a career-spanning boxed set (usually 3 or 4 compact discs). Seger remains an artist, among those whose careers have spanned decades, who has not released a traditional boxed set of his music.

1. “Old Time Rock and Roll” Stranger in Town, 1978 3:16
2. “Hollywood Nights” Stranger in Town 5:03
3. “Night Moves” Night Moves, 1976 5:25
4. “Mainstreet” Night Moves 3:44
5. “Roll Me Away” The Distance, 1982 4:41
6. “Turn the Page” (Live) Live Bullet, 1976; 5:14
7. “Her Strut” Against the Wind, 1980 3:54
8. “Still the Same” Stranger in Town 3:25
9. “You’ll Accomp’ny Me” Against the Wind 4:01
10. “We’ve Got Tonight” Stranger in Town 3:41
11. “Like a Rock” Like a Rock, 1986 5:58
12. “Fire Lake” Against the Wind 3:34
13. “Tryin’ to Live My Life Without You” (Live) Nine Tonight, 1981 4:09

1. “Rock and Roll Never Forgets” Night Moves 3:54
2. “Against the Wind” Against the Wind 5:34
3. “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man” Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man, 1968 2:25
4. “The Fire Down Below” Night Moves 4:28
5. “Travelin’ Man” (Live) Live Bullet 4:40
6. “Beautiful Loser” (Live) Live Bullet 3:42
7. “Shakedown” Beverly Hills Cop II Soundtrack, 1987 4:03
8. “Shame on the Moon” The Distance 4:55
9. “Katmandu” (Edited version) Beautiful Loser 5:00
10. “The Little Drummer Boy” A Very Special Christmas, 1987 3:31
11. “Wait for Me” Face the Promise, 2006 3:43
12. “Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey (Going Back to Birmingham)” 2011 2:07
13. “Downtown Train” 3:59

Tuesday 4pm ET: Feature Artist – Timothy B. Schmit

Timothy Bruce Schmit (born October 30, 1947) is an American musician, singer, and songwriter. He has performed as the bassist and vocalist for Poco and the Eagles, having replaced bassist and vocalist Randy Meisner in both cases. Schmit has also worked for decades as a session musician and solo artist. In 1998, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Eagles.

In 1968, Schmit auditioned for Poco but was turned down in favor of founding member Randy Meisner. When Meisner quit the band in 1969, Schmit replaced him on bass and vocals. He appeared on nine of Poco’s studio albums and two live albums between 1969 and 1977, composing numerous songs. He wrote and was the lead singer on the song “Keep on Tryin’,” Poco’s biggest hit single to that point, peaking at #50 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1975. Apart from Poco, Schmit also contributed vocals to Firefall’s 1977 hit, “Just Remember I Love You.”

Schmit also sang backing vocals on the Steely Dan albums Pretzel Logic, The Royal Scam and Aja. Schmit also sang backing vocals on “Never Let Her Slip Away”, a top 5 UK hit for Andrew Gold in 1978, along with Brock Walsh, J.D. Souther and an uncredited Freddie Mercury.

In 1977, Schmit joined the Eagles during the Hotel California tour, once again replacing Randy Meisner on bass/vocals after Meisner quit. Although the Eagles are thought of as a quintessential California band, Schmit is the only member of the group to actually be a native of California.

On the 1979 album, The Long Run, Schmit co-wrote and sang lead vocals on the song “I Can’t Tell You Why”. The band later broke up in 1980 and reunited 14 years later in 1994, with Schmit singing the lead vocals on “Love Will Keep Us Alive”, on the reunion album Hell Freezes Over.

In 2007, the Eagles released a new album, Long Road Out of Eden. Schmit continued to be part of the Eagles lineup along with Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Joe Walsh until Frey’s death in 2016.

After the Eagles broke up in 1980, Schmit embarked on a solo career, singing vocals and playing bass for hire during studio sessions. His voice can be heard on many hits, including Bob Seger’s “Fire Lake” and Boz Scaggs’ “Look What You’ve Done to Me” (each with Frey and Henley), Don Felder’s “Heavy Metal (Takin’ a Ride)” (with Henley), and Crosby, Stills and Nash’s “Southern Cross”, where he sang harmony. He was also a background musician on two of Don Henley’s hit songs, “Dirty Laundry” and “You Don’t Know Me at All”.

Schmit teamed with his predecessor in both Poco and the Eagles, Randy Meisner, along with their mutual Eagles bandmate Joe Walsh, to provide background vocals to the Richard Marx 1987 hit “Don’t Mean Nothing”. Schmit also performed on the Toto 1983 hit singles “I Won’t Hold You Back” and “Africa”, and the Jars of Clay song “Everything in Between”. He also played on the 1983 Glenn Shorrock solo album. In 1991 Schmit covered the standard “I Only Have Eyes for You” for the soundtrack of the film Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead. In 1988 he added background vocals to Sheena Easton’s album The Lover in Me and in 1989 Schmit added background vocals on the Stacey Q single, “Heartbeat”, which was featured on her critically acclaimed Nights Like This album.

Wednesday 12am ET: Feature LP: Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band – Stranger In Town (1978)

Stranger in Town is the tenth studio album by American rock singer Bob Seger and his second with the Silver Bullet Band, released by Capitol Records on May 5,1978. Like its predecessor, the Silver Bullet Band backed Seger on about half of the songs and the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section backed Seger on the other half.

The album became an instant success in the United States, being certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America less than a month after the album’s release, and, like its predecessor Night Moves, it would later go 6× Platinum. It was also his first album to chart in the UK, where limited editions were released on silver vinyl and in picture disc format as well as standard black vinyl.

1. “Hollywood Nights” 4:59
2. “Still the Same” 3:18
3. “Old Time Rock and Roll” 3:14
4. “Till It Shines” 3:50
5. “Feel Like a Number” 3:42
6. “Ain’t Got No Money” 4:11
7. “We’ve Got Tonight” 4:38
8. “Brave Strangers” 6:20
9. “The Famous Final Scene” 5:09

Tuesday 2pm: Sounds of The 80’s

In this installment of Sounds of The 80’s feature music from; Taylor Dayne, Eddie Money, Squeeze, Poco, Bob Seger, Bon Jovi, Survivor, Stevie Nicks and LOTS more.  2pm – 6pm on RadioMaxMusic.

Monday 9am: Labor Day Live Tracks

LaborDay2016Today Labor Day 2016 we feature Live tracks all day from great artists all day then a special Vinyl Resting Place Labor Day at 5pm with Willie B.  Today you will hear Live tracks from Joni Mitchell, Kelly Clarkson, Cyndi Lauper, Journey, Bob Seger, Elton John, Steve Miller Band, Genesis, Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, Kiss, Nils Lofgren, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Madonna, Vixen, Tom Petty, Lisa Marie Presley, John Fogerty and many more.

Sounds of The 70s with Dan Varroney 9am ET

70sToday on Sounds of the 70s great artists: Eric Burden, Bad Company, Cliff Richard, Jefferson Starship, Bob Seger, Billy Joel, The Doors, and Cher. Join Dan Varroney today at 9:00am ET

Sounds of The 70s with Dan Varroney 9am ET

Summer hitsIt’s “Summer Hits of the 70s” today at 9:00 am on Sounds of The 70s were we’ll feature, Bad Company, Bob Seger, Paul Simon Godspell, Eric Carmen, Three Dog Night, Chris Thompson, Robert Palmer, John Travolta & Olivia Newton John, Robin McNamara, Pilot, 8th Day, Hot, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Elton John, Bobby Sherman, Grand Funk Railroad, Helen Reddy, and so much more. Join us at 9:00 am!

Sounds of The 70s with Dan Varroney 7pm ET

70sTonight we’ll feature Bad Company, Bob Seger, Olivia Newton-John, Beatles, Beach Boys, Eric Clapton, Aerosmith, Elvis Presley, Edgar Winter Group, Journey, Maxine Nightingale, Ringo Star, Jay Ferguson, Jaggerz, England Dan and John Ford Coley, Nilsson, and much more. Join us at 7:00 pm!

Feature LP: Bob Seger – Ride Out (2014) 9pm ET

Bob Seger - Ride OutRide Out is the seventeenth studio album by American rock singer–songwriter Bob Seger. The album was released on October 14, 2014. Seger has stated that this may be his final album.

Ride Out is Seger’s first album of new material in eight years. ] After 2006’s Face the Promise, it is the second studio album since 1975 to be credited to Bob Seger rather than Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band.

“This album touches on how I think a lot of us feel about finding our place in a more complicated world – from how we appreciate things as simple and pure as love, to navigating through the corruption and violence that permeates the news. It sums up a lot of feelings I have about a variety of subjects.”

Seger stated that he really made an effort to “break new ground” on this album and therefore, none of the songs on it would sound quite like anything he had done before. Seger said he approached this album differently in terms of feels and speeds. – Wikipedia

1 Detroit Made   3:46
2 Hey Gypsy   2:32
3 The Devil’s Right Hand   3:49
4 Ride Out   3:07
5 Adam and Eve   3:12
6 California Stars   4:44
7 It’s Your World   3:17
8 All of the Roads   3:34
9 You Take Me In   2:33
10 Gates of Eden   3:47
11 Listen   (feat. Vince Gill on vocals) 3:20
12 The Fireman’s Talkin   2:44
13 Let the Rivers Run   3:51

Artist Countdown: Bob Seger Top 50 Hits 6pm ET @BobSeger

Bob-SegerRobert Clark “Bob” Seger (born May 6, 1945 in Lincoln Park, Michigan) is an American rock singer-songwriter, guitarist and pianist. As a locally successful Detroit-area artist, he performed and recorded as Bob Seger and the Last Heard and Bob Seger System throughout the 1960s. By the early 1970s, he had dropped the “System” from his recordings and continued to strive for broader success with other various bands. In 1973, he put together The Silver Bullet Band, a group of Detroit-area musicians, with whom he became most successful on the national level with the album Live Bullet, recorded live with the Silver Bullet Band in 1975 at Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan. In 1976, he achieved a national breakout with the studio album Night Moves. On his studio albums, he also worked extensively with the Alabama-based Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, which appeared on several of Seger’s best-selling singles and albums.

A roots rocker with a classic raspy, shouting voice, Seger wrote and recorded songs that dealt with love, women, blue-collar themes and was an exemplar of heartland rock. Seger has recorded many hits, including “Night Moves”, “Turn the Page”, “We’ve Got Tonight”, “Against the Wind”, and “Shakedown” that was written for Beverly Hills Cop II and “Like a Rock”, and also co-wrote the Eagles’ number-one hit “Heartache Tonight”. His iconic recording of “Old Time Rock and Roll” was named one of the Songs of the Century in 2001.

With a career spanning five decades, Seger continues to perform and record today. Seger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012. – Wikipedia

1 Shame on the Moon
2 The Real Love
3 Like a Rock
4 Fire Lake
5 We’ve Got Tonight
6 You’ll Accomp’ny Me
7 Understanding
8 Shakedown
9 It’s You
10 Hollywood Nights
11 American Storm
12 Even Now
13 Tryin’ to Live My Life Without You 
14 Against the Wind
15 Landing in London (with 3 Doors Down)
16 The Fire Inside 
17 Still the Same 
18 Night Moves
19 Old Time Rock and Roll
20 Mainstreet
21 Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man
22 Roll Me Away
23 Chances Are (with Martina McBride) 
24 Collide (with Kid Rock & Sheryl Crow)
25 Lock and Load
26 Rock and Roll Never Forgets
27 Katmandu
28 Hey Hey Hey Hey (Going Back to Birmingham)
29 Miami
30 Take a Chance
31 Wait for Me 
32 Downtown Train
33 In Your Time
34 Hands in the Air
35 Blue Monday
36 The Horizontal Bop
37 Nutbush City Limits
38 Heavy Music
39 If I Were a Carpenter
40 Get Out of Denver
41 Lucifer
42 Lookin’ Back
43 Beautiful Loser
44 Turn the Page
45 Need Ya
46 U.M.C. (Upper Middle Class)
47 The Fire Down Below
48 Sunspot Baby
49 Her Strut
50 Wreck This Heart

Feature Year: 1987 (Part 1 – 9am, Part 2 – 9pm ET) @RadioMax

1987January 3 – Aretha Franklin becomes the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The other inductees this year consist of The Coasters, Eddie Cochran, Bo Diddley, Marvin Gaye, Bill Haley, Clyde McPhatter, Ricky Nelson, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Smokey Robinson and Jackie Wilson.
January 5 – Elton John, after several months of voice problems, undergoes throat surgery in an Australian hospital. The outcome would hinder his voice permanently and he would soon start singing in a deep register.
January 16 – Beastie Boys become the first act to be censored by American Bandstand.
January 24 – Steve “Silk” Hurley‘s innovative “Jack Your Body” becomes the first house music record to top the UK singles chart.
February 6 – Sonny Bono announces his candidacy for mayor of Palm Springs, California.
February 14 – Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer” reaches #1 in the USA. It would be 1987’s biggest hit song worldwide. Los Angeles radio station KMET signs off after nineteen years on the air. The station had been a pioneer of underground progressive rock programming.
February 15 – Video Hits premieres on Australian television.
February 26 – The first five Beatles albums, Please Please Me, With the Beatles, A Hard Day’s Night, Beatles for Sale and Help! are released on Compact disc. Capitol Records decides to release the original UK mixes of the Beatles albums, which means that the first four CDs are released in mono. This marks the first time that many of these mono mixes are available in the US.
March 9 – U2 releases The Joshua Tree, an album that launches them into superstar status in the music world. The album would sell over 14 million copies worldwide in 1987 alone and would win the Grammy for “Album of the Year” (at the 1988 ceremony). U2 have two #1 hit songs from this album on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts. Carole King is inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York City. The career that would end in an infamous appearance at The Brit awards and the burning of a million pounds began in Britain, as The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu release their debut single, “All You Need Is Love”.
March 13 – Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In the US, Bryan Adams’ “Heat of the Night” becomes the first single to be commercially released on cassette. Cassette singles become known as cassingles.
March 27 – Inspired by The Beatles’ 1969 rooftop concert, U2 shoots a music video for the song “Where the Streets Have No Name” on a rooftop in Los Angeles.
April 7 – Alice Cooper almost dies on stage when one of the props, the Gallows, malfunctions.
April 23 – Carole King sues the owner of her record company, Lou Adler, claiming that she is owed more than $400,000 in royalties. King also asks for rights to her old recordings.
May 9 – Ireland’s Johnny Logan wins the Eurovision Song Contest, held in Brussels, Belgium, with the song “Hold Me Now”, making him the first artist to win the contest twice. The song tops the charts in Ireland, and peaks at No. 2 in the UK.
June 14 – Madonna starts her Who’s That Girl Tour in Osaka, Japan.
June 27 – Whitney Houston’s second album Whitney becomes the first album by a female artist to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200.
July 4 – The first joint rock concert between the United States and the Soviet Union is held in Moscow to promote peace. The Doobie Brothers, James Taylor, Santana and Bonnie Raitt share the bill with Soviet rock group Autograph.
July 21 – American rock group Guns N’ Roses release Appetite for Destruction which, after initial slow sales will become the best selling debut album of all time with more than 18 million copies sold in the US alone to date
August 1 – Dave Stewart of Eurythmics and Siobhan Fahey of Bananarama are married in Normandy, France. MTV Europe is launched. The first video played is “Money for Nothing” by Dire Straits.
August 3 – Def Leppard releases Hysteria, the longest rock album ever released as a single LP or cassette.
August 27 – The Jello Biafra criminal trial is dismissed after ending in a hung jury in Los Angeles court. Biafra and his manager had been charged with distributing harmful material to minors due to a poster included in the Dead Kennedys’ Frankenchrist album of a painting depicting rows of sexual organs.
August 31 – Michael Jackson releases Bad, the first studio album after Thriller, the best-selling album of all time. The album would produce five number one singles in the USA, a record which has not been broken.
September 3 – Fugazi plays their first live show (as a three-piece; Guy Picciotto had not joined the band yet) at the Wilson Center in Washington DC.
September 6 – Madonna ends her Who’s That Girl Tour in Florence, Italy.
September 7 – Pink Floyd release A Momentary Lapse of Reason, their first album after the departure of and legal battle with bassist, Roger Waters. The subsequent tour grossed around $135 million worldwide, a sum that was only equaled by the earnings of Michael Jackson and U2 combined.
September 11 – Reggae musician Peter Tosh is murdered during a robbery in his home.
September 12 – Michael Jackson starts the Bad World Tour, supporting his Bad album.
September 25 – Matthew Garrison Chapman is born, the first child of Amy Grant and Gary Chapman. Lead Me On, Amy’s 1988 album, is said to have been dedicated to Matt. CBS launches an American version of the long-running UK television show Top of the Pops. It lasts one year.
October 4 – electronic data gathering completely replaces the old sales diary technique in compiling the UK singles and albums chart. The publication day of new charts is moved from Tuesday to Sunday.
October 8 – Chuck Berry receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
October 19 – Mötley Crüe release the song “You’re All I Need” as a single. Its lyrics cause MTV to refuse to play its video. Radio stations never play the song either.
October 30 – George Michael releases his first solo studio album, Faith, which would win the Grammy Award for album of the year and sell 11 million copies in USA alone.
October 31 -The Zorros headline on the Halloween for the last ever show at the Crystal Ballroom, Melbourne’s premier Punk/ New Wave Venue. The Crystal Ballroom has seen almost ten years of intense musical evolution. The venue has chandeliers, stained glass windows, paisley wallpaper and a tiled foyer.
November 13 – Sonny and Cher reunite for a performance on Late Night with David Letterman.
November 18 – CBS Records is sold to the Sony Corporation in a deal worth about $2 billion. Company was renamed Sony Music Entainment in 1991.
November 24 – ABC airs Rolling Stone Magazine’s 20 Years of Rock ‘n’ Roll television special, chronicling the music and the people of the past twenty years to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Rolling Stone magazine. The special includes new interviews as well as vintage performance footage of many rock legends such as Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Sex Pistols, Bruce Springsteen and many more.
December 16 – John Mellencamp performs two free shows in the small town of Chillicothe, Ohio after one-fifth of the population signed a petition asking him to play.
December 23 – Nikki Sixx of the rock band Mötley Crüe suffers a heroin overdose, but is revived shortly thereafter.
December 31 – The sixteenth annual New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special airs on ABC, with appearances by Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, Los Lobos, Barry Manilow, Restless Heart and The Temptations.

Also in 1987
Kylie Minogue’s recording career begins, when her cover version of the Little Eva hit The Loco-Motion spends seven weeks at number one in her native Australia and leads to a contract with UK-based record producers Stock Aitken Waterman.
Lynyrd Skynyrd reform and now have Ronnie Van Zant’s little brother Johnny Van Zant as lead singer.
The Smiths disband after guitarist and songwriter Johnny Marr leaves the band.
Andreas Kisser replaces Jairo Guedes in Sepultura.
Prince cancels the The Black Album just before its release. It eventually becomes officially available in 1994.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Feature LP: Kid Rock – Born Free (2010) 12pm ET

Robert James “Bob” Ritchie (born January 17, 1971), known by his stage name Kid Rock, is an American singer-songwriter, musician, multi-instrumentalist and rapper with five Grammy Awards nominations. Kid Rock released several studio albums that mostly went unnoticed before his 1998 record Devil Without a Cause, released with Atlantic Records, sold 11 million albums behind the hits, “Bawitdaba”, “Cowboy”, and “Only God Knows Why“. In 2000, he released The History of Rock, a compilation of remixed and remastered versions of songs from previous albums as well as the hit single, “American Bad Ass“.

Born Free, American artist Kid Rock’s eighth studio album, was released on November 16, 2010 with the self titled track being it’s lead single. The album is a rock and roll collaboration produced by Rick Rubin featuring several high profile artists such as, T.I., Sheryl Crow, and Bob Seger. Kid Rock described it as “very organic blues based rock and roll”. This album is Kid Rock’s first to feature no Parental Advisory sticker. Cable network TBS used the title track, “Born Free”, for its coverage of the 2010 Major League Baseball postseason. It was announced on June 16, 2011 that Born Free was certified Platinum by the RIAA for shipments in excess of one million copies. This gives Kid Rock his sixth Platinum album certification in the US.

1. Born Free 5:14
2. “Slow My Roll” 4:19
3. “Care” (featuring Martina McBride and T.I.) (Ritchie, Young, Clifford Harris) 4:12
4. “Purple Sky” (Ritchie, Young, J. Boland) 4:06
5. “When It Rains” 4:46
6. God Bless Saturday 3:35
7. “Collide” (featuring Sheryl Crow and Bob Seger on piano) 4:49
8. “Flyin’ High” (featuring Zac Brown) 4:03
9. “Times Like These” 5:57
10. “Rock On” 5:23
11. “Rock Bottom Blues” 3:51
12. “For the First Time (In a Long Time)” 5:55