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.

Kid Rock is among the new artists added to the lineup of the second annual BamaJam Music & Arts Festival from June 4-6 at a 450-acre entertertainment center in Enterprise, AL. More than 30 artists will perform on two stages: the main country stage and alternative stage. A limited... Read more
Today’s tour recap includes tour announcements, additions and cancellations. And don’t miss the breaking news: We’ve got details on the newest Miley Cyrus ticket sales circus for her concert at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods in Connecticut. O.A.R. will be heading out on the road for their next set... Read more
There is no stopping Kid Rock. Now in the middle of his Rock & Rebels tour, he has booked another 13 West Coast concerts. The new leg of his U.S. tour starts on September 6 in Grand Junction, CO, and wraps on September 28 in Phoenix, AZ. The Rebels... Read more
The January launch of Kid Rock’s revue-style Rock and Roll Revival Tour with his Twisted Brown Trucker Band will be extended with special guests including former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts, J. Giles Band’s Peter Wolf and Run D.M.C’s Reverend Run. Having recently returned from his first European... Read more
Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd will team up in August for their first-ever tour together, hitting arenas across North America. The groups will play a warm-up date in New York City on May 15 before the Rock and Rebel tour stars August 8 in Oklahoma City, OK and concludes... Read more
Rock stalwarts Bon Jovi and Kid Rock, and Irish phenoms Celtic Woman are among this weekend’s onsales today, Jan. 17, through Jan. 21, as compiled by TicketNews. Joining those musical acts are comedians Katt Williams and Larry the Cable Guy, and the New York Mets, which are preparing for... Read more
By Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner Aerosmith and Kid Rock will headline the Harley Owners Group’s (H.O.G.) 25th anniversary concert Aug. 28 at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers. The concert caps the free, day-long Club H.O.G. 25th anniversary celebration that coincides with Harley-Davidson’s 105th Anniversary events during... Read more
By Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen Kid Rock is returning to arenas in 2008 with his Rock and Roll Revival Tour, which kicks off Jan. 25 in Evansville, IN and concludes March 22 in Toledo, OH. A host of friends will join Rock on the 29-date trek, including Reverend... Read more
LAS VEGAS — Kid Rock was cited for misdemeanor battery after a tussle with Tommy Lee in the audience at the MTV Video Music Awards, police said. The rock-rapper received the citation after police reported to the Palms Hotel and Casino shortly after 10 p.m. Sunday and interviewed people... Read more