They’re not ready to make nice.
A select group of attendees, made up of fans, media and at least a few musicians, got to see intimate performances by Kid Rock and Florida Georgia Line in New York City’s relatively small Irving Plaza.
Rap-rock survivor Kid Rock has built one of music’s most durable careers by taking risks and staying true to his hard-working Midwestern roots.
Not only does Kid Rock refuse to apologize for killing the animal, he hopes to display it onstage during his upcoming tour with classic rockers Foreigner.
In lighter news, Kid Rock’s new album First Kiss drops Feb. 24.
In Michigan, which Kid Rock and Nugent both call home, the dead lion is considered endangered and is protected by law.
Rock cruises through his old hometown, thinking of that very first kiss, his surroundings quintessential Midwestern.
He’s not a homophobe, he says in an op-ed, but “You’re not going to get anything politically correct out of me.”
Kid Rock Rails Against Hipsters, Coldplay, and Politicians Who ‘Talk About Taking My Guns Away’ on New Album
Kid Rock opens up about his tenth studio album ‘First Kiss,’ which is set for release Feb. 24.
Get ready for lots of Kid Rockin’ up and down your block in the new year.