Is your ringtone ‘Still The Same’?

Still swear you like that old time rock and roll? Even though you live in the Jetsons digital age?

Here’s some good news, then: Bob Seger himself is right there with you. And now on your mobile device with 15 of his catalog classics offered as rollicking ringtones.

“Feel Like A Number”? Great — now you can hear the song every time your boss calls.

Want to escape to “Katmandu”? No prob — Seger is already offering that ringtone for free, until Jan. 10, at www.myxer.com.

Seger is still in high demand these days. He’s sold 50 million albums to date, and his “Greatest Hits” album has sold nine million alone and spent a whopping 16 years on Billboard’s Top 200 chart.

The other ringtones he’s offering at all providers are: “Mainstreet,” “Hollywood Nights,” “Night Moves,” “Her Strut,” “Like A Rock,” “Against The Wind,” “Still The Same,” “We’ve Got Tonight,” “Fire Down Below,” “Rock And Roll Never Forgets,” and — for you longtime fans — early standards like “Turn The Page” and “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man.”

For more information, go to www.bobseger.com.

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