Kid Rock concert tickets – Royal Farms Arena, 3/3/2018

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Kid Rock Baltimore concert will take place on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at the Royal Farms Arena. Select your desired seats and click on green ‘buy’ button to complete the order.

 

Kid Rock Baltimore Concert

Kid Rock is a five-time Grammy Award nominee and has sold 25 million albums in the U.S. according to Nielsen SoundScan. The RIAA certified him selling 23.5 million albums. He has sold over 35 million records worldwide.

Kid Rock performed rap and hip hop with five releases between 1990 and 1997, including a reissue and an EP. After signing a recording contract with Atlantic Records in 1998, he gained commercial success in the rap rock genre behind the singles “Bawitdaba”, “Cowboy” and “Only God Knows Why” (the latter foreshadowing his move into country rock). After the success of Devil Without a Cause in 2000, he released The History of Rock, a compilation of remixed and remastered versions of songs from previous albums as well as the hit rock single, “American Bad Ass”.

Kid Rock’s follow-up records became more rock-, country-, and blues-oriented, starting with 2001’s Cocky. His collaboration with Sheryl Crow on the song “Picture” was his first country hit and biggest pop hit in the US to date charting at No. 4 on the Hot 100. After 2003’s Kid Rock and 2006’s Live Trucker sales declined from the previous releases, he then released Rock n Roll Jesus in 2007. The album featured the song “All Summer Long”, which charted at No. 1 in eight countries across Europe and Australia. In 2010, he released Born Free, which featured an eponymous song that became the political campaign theme of Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election.

Kid Rock released ‘Rebel’ Soul on November 19, 2012, behind the rock hit “Let’s Ride”. The album was certified gold in April 2013. Kid Rock released First Kiss on February 24, 2015, behind the hit title track. First Kiss was followed by Sweet Southern Sugar on November 3, 2017.

Kid Rock Music

Kid Rock’s musical style ranges from rap rock and heavy metal to country to hip hop and nu metal. His influences include Warren Zevon, Jim Croce, Hank Williams Jr., Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, David Allan Coe, Bob Seger, Run-DMC, Beastie Boys, Whodini, Too Short, Eric B. & Rakim, Esham and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Kid Rock has also said he is a big fan of AC/DC, ZZ Top, Bob Seger, and The Rolling Stones.

Kid Rock has influenced such artists and groups as Eminem, Lil Wayne, Yelawolf, Machine Gun Kelly, Uncle Kracker, Paradime, Ty Stone, Jocaine and 75 North, Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Brantley Gilbert, Eric Church, Zac Brown Band, Colt Ford, Rehab, The Sheepdogs, Aaron Lewis and Band Of Heathens. His son released his debut EP Wanted Dead Or Alive under the stage name “Bandit”. He has since gone by Robert Ritchie instead of Bandit. Several established country artist have also borrowed his country rap style including Toby Keith (“Trailerhood”, “Red Solo Cup”, “I Wanna Talk About Me”, “Getcha Some”), Trace Adkins (“Brown Chicken, Brown Cow”) and Blake Shelton (“Hillbilly Bone”). He has appeared in music videos for Eminem, Limp Bizkit, Hank Williams Jr, Tim McGraw, Gretchen Wilson, Zac Brown Band, Yelawolf, Buckcherry and Uncle Kracker. He was also spoofed in Puddle of Mudd’s music video for “Psycho”.

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