There may be nothing funnier than celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves. Jimmy Kimmel has done it again, this time with a musician edition of his popular 'Mean Tweets' segment. Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker and many others read the worst of the them.
On Wednesday (July 31), Kid Rock's home in Michigan was burglarized, and the sometimes country singer had no problem publicly dishing out the surveillance photos -- and a serious warning to any would-be burglars.
On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!,' the late night TV host makes celebrities read mean tweets that regular people have sent out into the Twitterverse about them. This particular batch of nasty, 140-characters-or-less transmissions included country music's own Brad Paisley and Kid Rock.
With more than 23 million albums sold in the US, four Grammy nominations and three Top 40 hits, Kid Rock has been more fortunate than most. But even after more than a decade as one of the most successful recording artists in the world, he hasn’t forgotten the importance of reaching out to those in n…
Having fun both offstage and with his music still matters to Kid Rock. But as he gets older, Rock gives much more thought to when it’s best to act like his younger self. Thanks in part to his scaled-back partying, Rock says he’s been more consistent singing and playing…
Are you ready for some football? Oh wait, that's right, we've already had some. Well, pre-season is just about over and that means an opportunity for the National Football League to highlight the "official" season kick off on September 8th.
Kid Rock and the very talented Sheryl Crow have, so far, teamed up on two mellow and memoralble duets. They first had success in 2002 with the lovely "Picture". and just recently with another country-rock ballad called "Collide"
If you are at a loss for some great stocking stuffers for your family this year look no further! There have been a plethora of new releases over the past few months from some of the biggest names in Country Music. Just take a look at some of the latest releases below: