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Rocks Off's Ultra-Hip Rodeo Concert Guide: Kid Rock

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Date: February 29

Name: Kid Rock

AKA: "Bob Ritchie"

Genre: Mullet rap

Best Known Song(s): "All Summer Long," "Bawitdaba," "Ladies and gentlemen, Mitt Romney!"

Key Demographic: Do you have KC HiLites on your jeep? Do you wear wifebeaters unironically?

Previous HLSR Appearances: 2011

Houston Connections, If Any: Plays ZZ Top's "Tush" in concert. Billy Gibbons is from/lives in Houston. Works for us.

If You Like This, Chances Are You'll Like: Uncle Kracker, "barely legal" pornography, American football and French fries.

Odds of Wearing a Hat: 1,000 percent

Because He/She's Bald? He's a cowboy. Hadn't you heard?

Odds of Onstage Injury: Only if any livestock present become offended at his taking the name of the Bullgod in vain.

Odds of Barely Contained Cleavage: 38DD percent


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