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.
The Beastie Boys’ Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction was appropriately raucous, although somewhat bittersweet: Although Ad-Rock (Adam Horovitz), Mike D (Michael Diamond) and their long-time DJ Mix Master Mike appeared at the ceremony, Adam Yauch (aka MCA) was unable to attend.
As the race for the GOP presidential nomination heats up, Mitt Romney pulled out a big gun to help sway the voters in his home state of Michigan by asking Kid Rock to close out his final Michigan appearance before the primary Tuesday (Feb. 28).
The self-proclaimed 'Rock and Roll Jesus' meets 'The King' during the latest episode of 'Live From the Artists Den.' Watch below to see Kid Rock's entire set from Graceland, which includes a cover performance of Elvis Presley's 'Burning Love.'
Kid Rock is the latest rocker to sing for the TV show ‘Live From the Artists Den’ and this time it was for a very special performance. The episode was taped at Elvis Presley’s Automobile Museum onsite at Graceland, a location that’s never been filmed for television in the past.
Their have been recent reports painting Kid Rock's 'Made in Detroit' clothing brand in a negative light for using materials not even made in the United States. Mr. Rock himself angrily fired back at those allegations today, citing one "irresponsible" reporter in particular -- Susan Tompor of the Detroit Free Press.
In 1997, Detroit bad boy Kid Rock was a devil without a cause, raising havoc and keeping the party raging. Now, Rock is singing a different tune and he's. His new video for 'Care,' which debuted today, accompanies his chartbusting country rock single about social and political awareness and empathy.
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