Fifteen years after the Axl Rose vs. Nirvana debacle, the MTV Video Music Awards served as a battleground once again as Kid Rock and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee engaged in fisticuffs during the 2007 awards show.
Looks like the third time is a charm for Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan. The politician, who is Mitt Romney's running mate, was lambasted by Tom Morello after claiming to be a fan of Rage Against the Machine. He also took it on the chin from Twisted Sister's Dee Snider, who denounced him after the usage of 'We're Not Gonna Take It' at a rally. But there is one rocker in his corner, as Kid Rock turned up at a fundraising event Friday (Aug. 24).
The man who once belted at the top of his lungs, 'My Name is Kid,' might know a thing or two about creating a rock anthem. As such, Kid Rock has been drafted by the NFL and Pepsi to provide a little something special for his hometown Detroit Lions.
Kid Rock sure loves to smile for his mug shots, in fact this picture isn't the first time the frontman has shown his pearly whites to a police camera. This particular shot was from his October 2007 arrest after Kid Rock and his entourage engaged in fisticuffs at a Waffle House.
Finding a unique angle can help create a memorable image.
In this photo, due to the open general admission pit in the middle of the stage at Gillette Stadium (home of the New England Patriots!) the performers could walk out into the crowd a bit, allowing photographers to get a view from behind
Detroit-area multi-genre musician Kid Rock was given the birth name of Robert James Ritchie. Before becoming the 'American Bad Ass,' Kid Rock joined a breakdancing crew called the Furious Funkers. He also DJed at parties for free beer during his high school years.
There's no doubt that Kid Rock rocks, but how much more interesting would it be if you put a full orchestra behind his Twisted Brown Trucker band? That was the general idea behind Rock's special performance Saturday night in his hometown to raise funds for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Kid Rock has paid tribute to late Beastie Boys member Adam Yauch with a heartfelt blog post detailing his gratitude to the pioneering hip-hop group for helping to pave the way for his own music career.
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