Born on January 17, 1971, Robert James Ritchie, better known by his stage name Kid Rock, is an American rapper and singer-songwriter who became famous in 1998 with his first hit record “Devil Without a Cause”. This album sold 11 million copies and encompassed hit singles “Bawitdaba,” “Cowboy,” and “Only God Knows Why.” He then released the album “The History of Rock” in 2000 with the hit single “American Bad Ass,” followed by the album “Cocky” in 2001 with hit single “Picture” featuring Sheryl Crow. He has sold 22 million albums to date in the U.S., which currently ranks him as the 99th best selling music artist of all time in the United States.
Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd went on their Rock and Rebels Tour from June 26, 2009 to August 2, 2009. Kid Rock, backed by his 11-piece Twister Brown Trucker Band supported his hit record, “Rock N Roll Jesus,” which topped the Billboard 200 following its release in October of 2007. The band suffered the loss of their longtime keyboardist Billy Powell in early 2009, who died at the age of 56. The group recently signed a new record deal and will produce a new album in late 2009.
Pop superstar Pink took the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list due to her ongoing Beautiful Trauma world tour in support of her latest record, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Pink started her tour on March 1 and it is set to run through September 8,... Read more
With the NHL Playoffs officially getting underway tonight, it may be surprising to have first-round tickets still going on sale. That’s the case today, as a potential three home games for the Minnesota Wild hit the market. The Wild will take on the Jets in first-round Western Conference action... Read more
With one day to go before the NHL Playoffs officially begin, Canadian hockey fans are finally able to get their hands on tickets. Leading today’s list of onsales is first round playoff games for the Winnipeg Jets and Toronto Maple Leafs. The former will take on the Minnesota Wild... Read more
James Taylor’s tour with guest Bonnie Raitt and Zac Brown Band playing a summer date at Boston’s iconic Fenway Park headline the day’s tickets on sale update for January 18th. Taylor’s tickets consist of 14 stops on presale offer for his tour ranging across the U.S. Other presale highlights... Read more
In a rare break from the dominance of sporting events, Hamilton claimed the top spot in secondary market sales on Tuesday, with the April 20 performance at New York’s Richard Rogers Theatre taking No. 1, according to data provided by TicketClub.com. The musical sensation, spreading to theatres throughout the... Read more
It’s a banner day for ticket sales, as some major 2018 acts are up for grabs, headlined by Justin Timberlake’s “Man of the Woods” tour as well as the co-headlining run by Steely Dan and the Doobie Brothers. Eight of the dates on Timberlake’s tour are on presale beginning... Read more
With a local audience and high expectations, last night’s CFP Championship Game between Georgia and Alabama delivered – both in the marketplace as the No. 1 seller for Monday, and on the field, as the Crimson Tide rallied for a victory in OT. The contest was followed in close... Read more
Feld Entertainment, the production company which owns now-dormant Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus, has filed a lawsuit against Kid Rock and Live Nation over their use of the trademark term “Greatest Show on Earth” to promote Kid Rock’s latest tour, according to Business Wire. Last week, Feld... Read more
Today’s Market Heat report is topped with country music and football games; at No. 1, the Bayou Country Superfest in New Orleans with Chris Stapleton, Little Big Town, and George Strait, King of Country. Strait also takes the No. 2 spot with a show in Austin and No. 18... Read more
It’s a big day in the ticketing world – a ton of tours from top names in entertainment go on sale today. In country music, we see Blake Shelton’s Country Music Freaks tour on presale, and Luke Bryan and Kelsea Ballerini have shows in general on sale. Demi Lovato... Read more