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Sweet Home Detroitnew

Kid Rock finds a way back to his blue-collar roots.
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Tom Lanham  |  11-30-2011  |  Profiles & Interviews

Kid Rock Continues to be a Genre-Busting Badassnew

Kid Rock, the American Badass, is kicking ass in support of his most recent album, Born Free.
Charleston City Paper  |  Christopher Willemse  |  02-14-2011  |  Profiles & Interviews

Death Pool Predictions: Which Musicians Will Die in 2010?new

2008 didn't see the admission of anyone from last year's death pool into the Great Afterparty, but 2009 was a moderate success — if you include holdover picks from earlier Death Pools. Sure enough: Michael Jackson and Les Paul both made it past the velvet rope this past year.
Dallas Observer  |  Jesse Hughey  |  01-11-2010  |  Music

How Kid Rock's Rejection of iTunes Let Others Beat Him on the Charts with His Own Songnew

The Hit Masters' version of "All Summer Long" reached number five on the iTunes single-song sales chart. By the end of the week it had outstripped Kid Rock's version on Billboard's Hot 100, peaking at number 19 while the original was at number 25.
Chicago Reader  |  Miles Raymer  |  09-22-2008  |  Music

Kid Rock's Cocky Swagger (Kinda) Pays Offnew

It's lucky for Kid Rock that he's an egomaniacal dipshit, because otherwise his music would be about as memorable as a Molly Hatchet eight-track sans "Flirting With Disaster."
Westword  |  Michael Roberts  |  10-22-2007  |  Reviews

Jesus Freaknew

Scott Stapp might think it's good to be the king -- until God comes calling.
Dallas Observer  |  Noah W. Bailey  |  03-14-2006  |  Music

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