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Posted on: July 20, 2016

[ARCHIVED] 07/20/16 Come out and share some Night Moves with Bob Seger tribute band

The City of Bristol’s Full Moon Jam tribute series kicks-off this Thursday at the Downtown Center with a crowd favorite from years past. The System will be back on the Downtown Center stage for a night of music and fun. The band is paying tribute to one of rock’s most enduring performers, Bob Seger. Seger has a stellar career spanning more than five decades, with 11 Platinum albums, and he still has an incredible fan base who love his music.

“This band has Seger’s music down. The System preformed in Bristol a few years ago, and the crowd was enormous. Almost everyone sang along word for word. If you closed your eyes for a minute you would think you were listening to Seger himself,” said Angie Rutherford. Rutherford, who oversees the music for the Downtown Center, reported a demand for this band’s return. “After their prior performance, at the end of the show, people were walking up to me and asking for us to please bring them back.”

The System has been performing for hundreds of thousands of fans across the Midwest for more than a decade. They have recreated a classic 70’s era concert experience consisting of all of the radio hits and fan favorites, combining studio as well as live versions from the multi-platinum “Live Bullet” album. “If you are a Bob Seger fan, you’ll want to see this show,” continued Rutherford.

All Full Moon Jam concerts, including the tribute series, are free to the public. Seating is limited. The concert begins at 7 p.m. Free parking is available around the Downtown Center located at 810 State Street. Concessions are available on site.

For more information contact Angie Rutherford at 423-764-4171 or arutherford@bristoltn.org.

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