Veteran rocker Bob Seger is planning a US tour from March, although dates have not been confirmed.
Bob Seger is to go on a US tour in March.
The 65-year-old rocker and his Silver Bullet Band will play a string of dates in North America from March - his first tour since 2007.
Exact locations and dates of performances from the Grammy Award-winning singer have not yet been confirmed.
In a statement from his record company, it was confirmed classics including 'Old Time Rock & Roll' and 'Night Moves' would be performed.
The release added they would be played "alongside a preview of new songs from his forthcoming as-yet-untitled new release".
A teaser video posted on his website shows a blank map with Ohio, Michigan, New York and Missouri highlighted, hinting he will be playing there.
Bob announced last year he was planning to tour later in 2010, although the performances never materialised.
He said: "We're looking at some dates and trying to get some buildings, maybe October to November," "We just started three days ago and we'll see what's available, and of course we'll play here, Detroit. See you at the Palace of Auburn Hills."