Bob Seger, one of Michigan's favorite sons, will be honored with his very own "Mainstreet" in Allen Park.
After a five-month-long street-naming campaign launched by the classic rock station 94.7 WCSX-FM in May, and a 24-hour "Seger-a-
Though the original proposed location for Seger's street was in Ann Arbor on the grounds of Pioneer High School, the 73-year old's alma mater, the official unveiling celebration hosted by WCSX will take place at starting at 4 p.m. outside of Allen Park City Hall with a Seger tribute band and a video compilation of fan messages for the rocker.
For folks looking for a selfie opportunity or for those who want to pay homage by blasting "Like A Rock" while cruising down Bob Seger Boulevard, Allen Park's newest street runs between Southfield Road and Philomene Boulevard.
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