Bob Seger
Bob Seger
Celebrated Name: Bob Seger
Real Name/Full Name: Robert Clark Seger
Gender: Male
Age: 79 years old
Birth Date: 6 May 1945
Birth Place: Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.79 m
Weight: 68 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Juanita Dorricott (m. 1993), Annette Sinclair (m. 1987–1988), Renee Andrietti (m. 1968–1969)
Children: Yes (Christopher Cole Seger, Samantha Char Seger)
Profession: American singer, songwriter, and musician
Net Worth in 2024: $55 million
Last Updated: July 2024

Famous American singer-songwriter, pianist, and guitarist Bob Seger were famous as a member of Silver Bullet Band. The man who recorded a lot of hits in his career like ‘Like a Rock,’ ‘Shame on the Moon,’ ‘You’ll Accompany Me,’ ‘Against the Wind,’ We’ve Got Tonight,’ ‘Still the Same,’ ‘Turn the Page,’ ‘Night Moves’, and Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man.’

Maybe you know about Bob Seger very well But do you know how old and tall is he, and what is his net worth in 2024? If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Bob Seger’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life

Bob was born on 6th May 1945 in Lincoln Park, Michigan, the U.S., His father Stewert Seger, was a medical technician for the Ford Motor Company and is an expert player of a lot of instruments. Sager got his love for music from his father. Bob spent most of his childhood with his brother George in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Bob joined Tappan Junior High School and later completed the graduation from Pioneer High School.

Personal Life

Bob first married his girlfriend in 1968, but they divorced after a year. Then his long-term relationship with Jan Dinsdale started, which continued from 1972 to 1983. His second marriage was with the actress Annette Sinclair in the year 1987. This marriage too lasted for a year.

After that, he married his now-wife Juanita Dorricott in the year 1993. It was a private marriage. They live happily now at Orchard Lake Village, Michigan, with their two children.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 6 May 1945, Bob Seger is 79 years old as of today’s date 20th July 2024. His height is 1.79 m tall, and his weight is 68 kg.


He started his music career by joining the band called the decibels. He recorded his first song with them named ‘The Lonely One.’ Then he joined The Omens and Dough Brown. After leaving The Omens and Dough Brown, Bob released East Side Sound teaming with The Last Heard. He formed The Bob Seger System after signing with Capitol Records. Their single Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man’ was a huge hit.

Later he formed The Silver Bullet in the year 1974 and went on to do a lot of musical tours for them. This band released a lot of albums. Bob’s fame increased a lot after the release of Night Moves in 1976. Some of his other famous albums are Face the Promise, The fire inside, The Distance, and Stranger in Town.

His latest album was released in 2014 named Ride Out, which got critically acclaimed, and the fans loved it. He is loved a lot by the music industry for his immense contribution to the field of music.

Awards & Achievements

An amazing artist, Bob, won a lot of awards for his singing skills. He won two Grammy Awards in 1981 for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal and Best Recording Package for the album ‘Against the Wind’ released in 1980. He got the CMT Music Award for CMT Performance of the Year too. Other than this, he got nominated for a lot of his works too.

Net Worth & Salary of Bob Seger in 2024

Bob Seger Net Worth
Bob Seger Net Worth

Bob accumulated his wealth mainly through singing, but he has other skills like songwriting, pianist, and guitarist, which added wealth to his account. This record-breaking singer has an estimated net worth of around $55 million as of July 2024.


  1. Happy birthday early I have loved your music since I was very young am 71 I live in
    Newaygo michihgan.You are a great blessing to me getting through this covid19 isolation .listening to your music sooths my soul. Thank you ! You are the best.prayers to you and yours

  2. Whoops! Missed your birthday, Bob. Hope you had a really good 75th. Can’t wait to get as old as you. Much appreciation and respect. Love All Ways, Kalene

  3. I grew up listening to you, you sir are a true artist, I still rock it at work , in my truck, and at home, thank you so much for sharing your talent, you bring back a lot of memories from when I was growing up. Randy 58 years old.

  4. I first heard of Bob Seger on a country radio station(Radio Sonder Grense-Radio without Borders) in South Africa and have been a fan since.
    Thanks for the good music.
    Michel Rezé(same age)

  5. The songs your wrote and your vocals are “real. Saw you in concert on last tour & my husband is stilll jealous that I got to see you live.
    … great seats to I might add. Good friends Mike and Christina Ferguson live in Davison, Michigan and he has terminal cancer so we will be headed to Michigan again soon..wish you were still touring cuz we would take our buddy to see you for sure and my husband would love ❤️ to do that for him. Dream come true for all. God Bless & keep rockin! Cindy Watkins 55

  6. I grew up with you Bob , at 71 you got me thru some hard times . Buddies who went to Nam and waiting to get drafted But the best was riding my Harley after my divorce
    All the way to Key West Your music put life in perspective
    Thanks Bob….. Enjoy life!

  7. I grew up on your music and I’m still growin…old. I love Rollin away. Frees my spirit like a ride! Thanks for still moving me at 62!

  8. I have always loved your songs. I saw you when you came to Nashville in the late 70s. I so wish you’d come back because I’d love to hear and see you perform even if you were sitting on a on a bar stool.

  9. I can still remember the first time I heard you-fell in love with you. Been listening ever since-I’ve seen you in Atlanta 2 times and Portland Oregon. Great great shows!!! I would love to see you again. When I hear certain songs it’s like taking a trip to a wonderful time of my life❤️ Thank you for the music and the memories!!!

  10. Thanks Bob for all the years of your great music .
    I’m 72 and and enjoying one of your concerts right now on YouTube
    It’s guys like you and a few others that have been around For all these years and still are great not some of these one-hit wonders that are around today


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