Seger is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Bob Seger (born 1945), American rock and roll singer-songwriter and musician
  • Caroline Seger (born 1985), Swedish footballer
  • Francis Seger (1796–1872), New York politician
  • George N. Seger (1866–1940), American politician
  • Josef Seger (1716–1782), Czech organist, composer, and educator

Read more about Seger:  Other Uses, See Also

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Landing In London - Music Video
... However, Seger does not appear in the video, which uses a different version of the song without his vocal part ... An acoustic version of the song (also without Seger) appears on Acoustic EP ... On August 2, 2005, Seger made an unexpected guest appearance at the 3 Doors Down concert at DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, Michigan and performed "L ...
Shea Seger
... Shea Seger (born 1979 ) is an American singer-songwriter born in Fort Worth, Texas ... Seger describes her music as "mutt dog.. ... Seger studied musical theatre in Virginia, before moving to London to record her first album ...
Landing In London - Content
... lead singer Brad Arnold duets with the legendary Bob Seger, who happened to be recording at the same studio as 3 Doors Down in 2004, working on his album Face the Promise ... the band's manager if he would like to sing on the song, Seger surprisingly agreed, which had happened only on very rare occasions throughout his ... According to bass player Todd Harrell, Bob Seger felt different about this song, because it seemed like something he could have written himself ...
Seger - See Also
... Seger cone Close, Closed, Closure, an Israeli documentary film, the Hebrew title of which is pronounced "Seger" Related surnames Seeger Seager This page or section lists ...
Robyn Robins - Regional Favorite: 1961–1976 - The Bob Seger System
... After Cameo-Parkway folded, Seger and Punch began searching for a new label ... In the spring of 1968, Bob Seger the Last Heard signed with major label Capitol Records, turning down Motown Records, who offered more money than Capitol ... Seger felt that Capitol was more appropriate for his genre than Motown ...