Bob Seger returns with his 18th studio album, I Knew You When, dedicated to the memory of his friend Glenn Frey. Recorded in Nashville and Detroit, the 10-track set finds Seger paying tribute to further music legends like Lou Reed with a rockin' cover of "Busload of Faith" and Leonard Cohen with a timely cover of "Democracy." I Knew You When also features the reflective title track, uptempo rockers "The Highway," "Runaway Train" and "Blue Ridge," an ode to the history and beauty of the Appalachian Mountains, and the passionate guitar driven ballad, "I'll Remember You." I Knew You When serves as Seger's first new studio album since 2014's Ride Out, which was his highest ever charting debut entering Billboard's Top 200 Albums at #3 and Billboard's Rock Albums chart at #1. The album also marks Seger's 49th year on Capitol Records, extending his record as the longest tenured solo artist in the storied label's history.