Everyone's a critic, but some are a little more harsh than others. Still, that doesn't mean an artist has to sit back and take it and Kid Rock had a few notes after receiving a fairly poor review of his Palm Beach show Dec. 30.
Foo Fighters, Kid Rock and Lenny Kravitz were among the musicians that rocked Led Zeppelin classics during the Kennedy Center Honors tribute to the legendary rock band, which took place a few weeks ago but aired last night (Dec. 26) on CBS.
In early November, the Wyandotte Marching Chiefs got the call that most marching bands would kill for -- they were invited to back up Kid Rock during the halftime performance of the Detroit Lions annual Thanksgiving Day game. But then the financial reality of the situation began to set in, with the school scurrying to land a fleet of buses to transport those taking part and incurring a $2,400 bill in the process.
"Control" is a key word in the music industry these days, and Kid Rock is the latest musician to make sure he's got a handle on his past hits by re-recording them for future usage. Acts like Squeeze, Def Leppard, and Electric Light Orchestra have re-recorded past favorites in recent years to maintain control over their songs, and Rock is following suit with the music from his breakout album, 'Devil Without a Cause.'
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Kid Rock ended up being one of presidential candidate Mitt Romney's biggest celebrity supporters in the run up to the election, and the vocalist revealed on the Howard Stern Show how he managed to warm to the buttoned-up politician.
It's interesting, but Kid Rock, one of the few remaining mavericks not to bow to the growing behemoth of downloading that is iTunes, has finally given in for the release of his upcoming album, 'Rebel Soul.' So what changed the rocker's mind? His manager suggests that these are different times and different rules apply in the current musical climate.
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