Kid Rock captured everyone’s attention on Monday when he announced on Twitter and Instagram that he will be headlining many gigs this summer as part of his “No Snowflakes Summer Concerts.”
The 52-year-old musician shared a Live Nation banner detailing four arena gigs beginning in June and running through July – each with a different special guest.
The message stated that pre-sale tickets will be available beginning March 7, with regular sales beginning Friday, March 10. His website has further information.
The concerts begin in June at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas, and will be followed by one at the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth. In July, the singer, whose given name is Robert Ritchie, will perform in Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena before wrapping out the tour in his hometown of Detroit at Little Caesars Arena.
Kid Rock has been targeted by the leftist media because of his vocal support to Former President Donald Trump. In the past, Rock went on an Interview with Tucker Carlson and even said he played Golf with 45th. “We ended up becoming buddies,” he said at the time.
The singer also is a rabid critic of Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci. He released a song on January 2022 called “We The People” in which he addresses the COVID-19 pandemic issue and the popular chant “Let’s go Brandon”.
Kid Rock also made a second appearance on Tucker Carlson speaking out against the potential destruction of the former home of late-legendary country music star Hank Williams.
In the interview, the singer described his efforts to prevent the demolition of Hank Williams’ former Nashville house. The Beechwood Hall house was erected in the 1850s and is one of the few that survived the Civil War. Country music artists Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have also lived on the property.
A California investment manager is said to have purchased the property in 2021. Pictures show the house in ruin, with neighbors reporting it is being steadily destroyed and is not being properly maintained.
“We are sick of seeing history torn to the ground,” (…)“Whether it be in the form of monuments, statues, and now something so important here in Nashville, like the former home of Hank Williams, Beechwood Hall… Where does this end?”
In the same interview, Rock alleged that the fund manager who acquired the property gave a handshake to the community in order to preserve the home and that it now “seems like another avenue to tear it down.” (…) “And I don’t think there’s anything more essential in country music, if not American music, than Hank Williams – the greatest composer of all time,” The singer added.
In a statement, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, a non-profit preservation group, said it is working with the new owners in a “collaborative and positive manner” to develop a thorough preservation plan, and bring resources and ideas to the table for discussion.
Keele also issued a statement on behalf of the group rejecting demolition preparations.
“Contrary to misinformation that is being published, no historical items have been placed in any burn pile and there is no scheduled demolition.”
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