Kid Rock to Do 'Rock and Rebels' Tour With Lynyrd Skynyrd


Kid Rock
The rock singer plans to hit the road again teaming up with the legendary rock band.


A good news was revealed by rocker Kid Rock stating that he will be back on tour soon. The singer also said that he wont be touring alone as he will team up with legendary rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd for their upcoming "Rock and Rebels" tour.

Both artists are scheduled to kick off their Rebels tour on August 8 in Oklahoma City. After that the tour will also stop by in Houston, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Camden, N.J., Mansfield, Mass., Toronto, Holmdel, N.J. before closing in Hartford, Conn on August 31.

Meanwhile, just before "Rock and Rebels" starts both Kid and Lynyrd will perform first at Madisson Square Garden, N.Y.C headlining the Rock and Roll Revival show on May 15. On that show they will also be joined by other performers, such as Rev Run and Peter Wolf.

Regarding his other music projects, the latest album that Kid released on October 9, 2007 was "Rock N Roll Jesus". For the upcoming works the rock singer will be appearing on Lil Jon's upcoming album "Crunk Rock" and also collaborating with Trick-Trick on the rapper's single "Together Forever".

© AceShowbiz.com


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